14 charged in Wilmington College hazing incident

Charges filed in Wilmington College hazing incident. (Photo/Wilmington News Journal)
Charges filed in Wilmington College hazing incident. (Photo/Wilmington News Journal)

WILMINGTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Fourteen people are now charged following accusations of hazing at Wilmington College.

That is the word from our partners at the Wilmington News Journal.

Back in October, a student was taken to the hospital for surgery after being hurt in an incident inside the Gamma Phi Gamma fraternity house.

The fraternity is banned until at least the 2019-2020 school year.

Those facing hazing charges will be arraigned in Clinton County Municipal court.

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