Nearly 40 members have been removed from a Penn State fraternity that’s suspended three years over a Facebook page featuring photos of nude and semi-nude women.
West Chester University student Mauricio Sanjuan-Martinez was charged Thursday with rape, sexual assault and other offenses.
State College police Lt. Keith Robb says those people are being interviewed, and police are asking people to “be patient so we can do our job.”
Eric Barron issued a statement Wednesday night to the Penn State community, saying some senior university leaders see a need for such a review.
A Penn State University fraternity is being suspended for a year as police investigate allegations that members posted photos of nude and semi-clad women on a private Facebook account.
The fraternity’s national leadership said Friday chapter’s interim suspension will remain in effect until the end of the month.
Police say they’re investigating nearly $90,000 reported missing from a fraternity at Penn State University.