FILE-A police officer pulls police tape at the scene of an incident. (Aimee Dilger/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) DURHAM, New Hampshire - Police have issued arrest warrants charging 46 fraternity members from the University of New Hampshire for an alleged hazing incident that occurred at an event in April, according to media reports.WMUR-TV first reported last week that 10 members of the fraternity were arrested on June 10.
The media outlet also reported that the frat members who were arrested were released and are scheduled to appear in court on July 13.The Durham Police Department said in a June 10 release that University of New Hampshire representatives informed them about a "possible student hazing incident at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) fraternity.On April 13, an event took place at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon and involved new fraternity members.
Following an investigation, authorities shared there was "probable cause" that hazing happened.Last week, police issued arrest warrants for the SAE New Hampshire Beta chapter on June 7, charging them and the entire chapter with student hazing, according to police.On Tuesday, University of New Hampshire spokesperson Erika Mantz provided a statement to FOX Television Stations in response to the allegations sharing that the school notified authorities about the incident and said the fraternity has been suspended."We were made aware of the incident by the fraternity’s national headquarters and immediately notified the Durham Police Department.