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3 men sentenced in baseball bat attack at ASU fraternity

Zachary Rezendes (Source: Tempe Police Department) Zachary Rezendes (Source: Tempe Police Department)
Caleb Everett (Source: Tempe Police Department) Caleb Everett (Source: Tempe Police Department)
Isaiah Everett (Source: Tempe Police Department) Isaiah Everett (Source: Tempe Police Department)
TEMPE, AZ (CBS5/AP) -

Three men have been sentenced to probation, community service and deferred jail terms on convictions stemming from a 2013 brawl with members of an Arizona State University fraternity.

Maricopa County Superior Court officials said judge Sherry Stephens sentenced Caleb James Everett, Isaiah Jerome Everett and Zachary Scott Rezendes on Friday.

Five Arizona State University students, all members of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, were rushed to the hospital after police say they were beaten by a group armed with handguns and baseball bats.

Police said the three men fled the attack in a neighborhood just off campus near Apache Boulevard and McClintock Drive.

Summer Peters is a mother of three trying to raise her family. She said it's hard when every day it's the same thing.

"You can just hear music. It sounds like you are in a bar and there are always gunshots," Peters said.

Just before 4 a.m. that's exactly what she woke up to.

Tempe police told CBS 5 News a fight over a high school girl from Surprise at the frat party escalated when the girl's boyfriend and his friends came back looking for revenge.

Investigators said the suspects attacked the five members of Delta Kappa Epsilon. Police said they went as far as to smash one fraternity member in the face. After the beating, witnesses said the suspects fired several shots into the air.

Peters said the brawl was the final straw and was looking for a new place to live.

"I'm concerned with safety. I don't know if a bullet is going to come through the wall," Peters said.

Copyright 2015 CBS 5 (KPHO Broadcasting Corporation). All rights reserved. The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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