Two upperclassmen at Salem Hills High were suspended this week for–SURPRISE!!–an alleged hazing incident that took place at an overnight football camp. Police have also started an investigation that appears to be leading to criminal charges against the boys.
That’s like four of those already this hazing season. Is anyone getting the message yet? You increase the risk of sports hazings when you send your kids to one of these “away” camps.
Here’s more from the Daily Herald:
Two Salem Hills High School football players were suspended on Tuesday following an alleged hazing incident that took place at a football camp in Millard County at the beginning of August. School administration and district officials learned about the hazing on Monday, after someone spoke to a Salem police officer about the incident.
The Millard County Sheriff’s Office is conducting the football camp investigation, because the summer camp and hazing took place there. According to a Millard County Sheriff’s Office press release, two boys will be charged with lewdness in juvenile court.