She went from the sorority house to the big house.
One of the accused rioters locked up on $1 million bail following violent protests in Lancaster, Penn., is a Kappa Delta sorority sister and “ally” of a black rights organization at the pricey private college she attends.
Kathryn Patterson was among 13 people arrested early Monday morning on a slew of felony and misdemeanor charges including arson, riot, vandalism and criminal conspiracy.
Nine of them, including Patterson, 20, are still being held on $1 million bail, according to court records.
Patterson joins a growing cast of privileged 20-somethings –including wealthy Upper East Sider Clara Kraebber, who have been busted when protests turned violent.
Originally from the tiny town of Mercersburg, about two hours west of Lancaster, Patterson is an undergraduate at Franklin and Marshall College in the city, which charges $60,872 in annual tuition.
Patterson was identified as an “ally” of the college’s Black Student Union, according to a