3 Teens Charged in Football Camp Hazing

Two teens have been charged with felonies and a third with a misdemeanor following a serious hazing incident during football camp at a Missouri school.

Following an investigation into a hazing incident at Principia Upper School in Town and Country, Mo., two teenagers have been charged with felonies and a third faces a misdemeanor charge.

Joshua P. Brewer, 17, and Maverick S. Holmsley, 18, have each been charged with four counts of first degree sodomy for allegedly penetrating the anuses of four victims with objects “for the purpose of terrorizing them,” according to court documents. Ricardo M. Loma, 18, faces seven counts of third-degree assault, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

The alleged assaults occurred Aug. 10 in the boys’ dorm during football and soccer camps.

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