A SUNY Canton fraternity and its members are on "interim suspension" after an "alleged hazing incident," college officials announced Wednesday night.
Zeta Alpha Phi (ZAP) fraternity "will be undergoing a full review and investigation by the college," according to Wednesday night's statement.
7 News reporter John Friot said Thursday morning he was told five or six students were involved.
Members involved will be facing a judicial board hearing to determine whether they will be allowed to remain students.
University police are interviewing fraternity members, in conjunction with the Canton village police department.
"The allegations we are hearing are not, nor will ever be, considered acceptable behavior for any organization affiliated with SUNY Canton. We will be working with University Police and local law enforcement agencies to fully investigate the allegations."
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