One last not guilty in Wilmington College hazing case

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) – The final defendant in a hazing incident at Wilmington College entered a not guilty plea.

That is according to our partners at the Wilmington News Journal.

14 total are charged with hazing at Wilmington College. Four are from the Miami Valley.  All say they are not guilty.

Last October, Tyler Lawrence was pledging Gamma Phi Gamma fraternity.

Court records show he was hurt when he was struck with a towel fashioned as a weapon although he doesn’t blame his brothers.

The men could spend 30 days in jail if convicted.

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