Dozens of fraternity members at New Hampshire University have been issued arrest warrants in connection to an April hazing incident, police mentioned.
The warrants cost 46 members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity’s New Hampshire Beta Chapter with pupil hazing, in keeping with Durham police.
The alleged hazing incident includes new members of the frat and happened at a fraternity home on April 13, authorities mentioned.
Police didn’t disclose extra details about the alleged assault.
“We have cooperated with police all through the investigation and the fraternity was interim suspended pending the end result of the police investigation,” UNH spokesperson Erika Mantz mentioned in a press release Friday.
“We take any allegation of hazing very critically, and now that the police investigation is full, we shall be initiating a proper conduct course of.”
The fraternity additionally acknowledged the incident and mentioned the alleged hazing was in opposition to its values.
“Sigma Alpha Epsilon denounces all acts of hazing and misconduct that don’t characterize the Fraternity’s values outlined by our creed, The True Gentleman,” Dave Pascarella, manager of communications, mentioned in a press release.
According to police, hazing is a misdemeanor cost punishable by as much as a $1,200 positive for people and $20,000 for organizations.
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