High school gone wrong: Ten Pennsylvania students charged with multiple counts of molestation and molestation of minors
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MIDDLE, PENNSYLVANIA: After Middletown High School’s football season was suspended in August following multiple incidents of rape and sexual assault, an investigation has been launched. Almost a month later, 10 students were charged in connection with the incident on Tuesday, September 20. It was determined that all the assaults and sexual assaults involved the same primary offenders.
Middletown High School had its football season suspended in August, and the players involved were identified and immediately fired. According to the Dauphin County District Attorney’s Office, “Two college students, both seventeen years old, have been charged with multiple counts of attempted felony involuntary sexual intercourse, lewdness, unlawful restraint, assault The police charged one student, aged sixteen, with unlawful restraint, common violence, and three students, aged six. and ten (2) and seventeen (1), unlawful restraint. The police charged four students, ages sixteen (2) and seventeen (2), who accused of violating the Sanctions Act. It is said that all cases will be dealt with in the juvenile system.
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Dauphin County District Attorney Fran Chardo said at least three students were sexually assaulted in the gym on Aug. 11. Individuals repeatedly harassed and encouraged others to participate in the name of hazing. If charged as an adult, it would be a first-degree felony punishable by 2 to 20 years in prison. They also explained that “In the investigation, police learned that three other students were also assaulted last year in separate incidents, including at least one incident that occurred in the hall of residence.”
The allegations against the MASH football team
The Middletown School District released an official statement following the allegations saying, “The district board and middle school administration want to once again express our disappointment and concern for the actions of these students. The district, from the beginning, has been fully cooperating with law enforcement. All of their investigations will continue. Other students who were also present during these crimes have been charged with unlawful restraint, common assault, disorderly conduct and hazing violations. Six student-athletes between the ages of 14 and 17 were victims of this case.
After this incident, the manager also resigned in August. Speaking earlier about the incident, the inspector wrote: “A mobile phone video, taken by the players, shows a group of students controlling two of their friends using muscle guns and other sports equipment to hit the students in the ass. at the venue.. The video shows a fully clothed player. It does not appear that the student’s body was physically penetrated. The video is difficult to watch as it is completely unacceptable, offensive and inappropriate.
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