The school said the university’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) chapter had been reported to the school by the National Organization of the Fraternity in connection with the suspended allegations.
It is suspected that Hasing may have been involved in an event attended by new members of the university’s SAE chapter on April 13, police in the university’s host city of Durham said in a news release.
Warrants were issued for 46 SAE members on Tuesday, 10 of whom were arrested around 2pm on Friday, police said. The 10 will be fined up to $ 1,200 and charged with misconduct, police said.
Police have not released details about the allegations.
“The law allows for charges to be levied on those who are subject to hassle and actors and those who come to hassle and do not report it,” Carrot said. “The 46 people charged fall into all three categories.”
Carrot said he could not release much information about the case because it was pending.
The investigation began on April 18, after university representatives said police said there may have been an embarrassment at home five days ago.
A warrant charges the fraternity Student frantic episode, police said. Police said the charges against an organization could be as high as $ 20,000.
“Throughout the investigation we cooperated with the police, and the results of the police investigation were suspended pending the fraternity,” a university statement said.
The Brotherhood’s Illinois-based National Service Center said it was aware of the allegations It “immediately stopped a stop and chapter, began our own investigation, and informed the University of New Hampshire administration.”
“The SAE’s investigation was suspended as soon as it was announced the start of the police investigation. We fully co-operate with the local authorities’ investigation and urge all our members to do the same,” the statement said.
“Sigma Alpha Epsilon condemns all hateful and abusive behavior that does not represent the values of brotherhood as defined by our trusted The True Gentleman,” the report states.
The fraternity’s statement did not mention the nature of the hateful allegations.
The university’s spring semester ended in May; The autumn semester begins in late August.
CNN’s Paradise Officer and Jason Hannah contributed to this report.