Coles Sports Center Lauren has been missing for over 6 months now and we are continuing hope for her safe return.
Lauren’s family, friends, and even strangers have been searching, fundraising, and working together to find Lauren.
Please show your support by participating in Safety for Spierer. Experience a self-defense class with expert Gabrielle Rubin from the organization Female Awareness. She will be teaching basic self-defense moves and techniques to protect yourself in a city setting.
By promoting Lauren's story, we can stop her disappearance from happening to another person and another family. All are invited. Please wear blue.
Tickets are available for FREE on the day of the event.
WESTCHESTER, N.Y. -- The family of Lauren Spierer, an Indiana University student missing since June 3, is back in their New York home, but they are turning up the heat on those who were last seen with their daughter.
Lauren Spierer’s who was with the missing 20-year-old the night she disappeared in June showed up in court Thursday morning to settle an illegal drinking case against him.
Corey E. Rossman, 21, a junior from Massachusetts studying real estate finance at the Kelley School of Business, pleaded guilty to illegal consumption of alcohol. He qualified for a pre-trial diversion program that allowed him to pay $400 and complete alcohol education classes in exchange for the conviction’s dismissal in a year.
All he had to pay Thursday was an additional $6 in court costs and a $1 fine, according to court records.
Rossman was arrested last December after police found him intoxicated at 3:14 a.m. at the corner of Eighth Street and College Avenue.
He has taken advantage of Monroe County’s pre-trial diversion program twice before — after an October 2010 arrest for illegal consumption of alcohol and following a 2008 incident in which he was charged with possession of marijuana when he was living on campus at Briscoe Quad.
Rossman was banned from Smallwood Plaza, where Spierer lived, in the aftermath of an incident on Halloween 2010. Police said Rossman and another man tried to enter Smallwood using a credit card.
Rossman was with the missing Spierer at Kilroy’s Sports Bar in the early-morning hours of June 3. The two then walked to the downtown Smallwood Plaza complex, where Rossman apparently got into a fight and was punched. He claims to have no memory of what happened that night and has denied being involved in Spierer’s disappearance.
Saturday marks the 6-month anniversary since the disappearance of 20 year old Indiana University student Lauren Spierer. The Bloomington Police says it's still actively investigating the case and has received more than 24-hundred tips.
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