Teacher Accused of Instructing Students to Haze Classmate

FONTANA, Calif. — A teacher and four students from A.B. Miller High School were arrested Saturday following a hazing incident in which the teacher allegedly directed students to assault a classmate.

Emmanuel Delarosa, a summer school teacher, is suspected of telling students on at least one occasion to carry out hazing to curb bad behavior in the classroom, the Associated Press reports. At least one student suffered minor injuries.

The victim contacted school police about the hazing.

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