TEMPE, AZ - The City of Tempe is working with Arizona State University after Tempe police have had a growing number of problems with the fraternities.
The fraternities have moved off campus after all the on-campus homes were demolished. Tempe police said they have seen an increase in calls since the move.
The fraternity houses are near neighborhoods with families and kids.
Police said they’ve responded to several calls including underage drinking and fights. Police said the fraternities are having "turf wars" with each other.
A meeting is set up for today at 8:30 a.m. at the Tempe Public Library to discuss the problem.
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