LAS VEGAS, N. M. (KRQE) - The last two football playersaccused in the Robertson High School hazing case won't be comingback to class.
After disciplinary hearings Thursday one was permanentlyexpelled and the other suspended for a year, according to the LasVegas City Schools district.
Four other players have already been suspended. Theyapplied to enter the high school in the adjoining West LasVegas Schools district, but its principal turned them down.
All six suspects are accused hazing younger players at apreseason training camp last month. Some of the victims toldinvestigators they were sodomized with a broom handle.
The Robertson football coaches, all of whome hadbeen suspended during an internal investigation by the schooldistrict, have resigned.
New Mexico State Police have turned over the results of acriminal investigation to the Santa Fe district attorney who willdecide if charges should befiled.
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