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All Students Accused are Identified in Seneca Hazing Incident

All the students accused of being involved in the Seneca hazing incident are identified.

Seneca, MO-- All the students accused of being involved in the Seneca hazing incident are identified.

Peyton Kinslow, 18, faces 6 felony counts for aggravated battery.

Dalton Cummings, 16, faces 8 felony counts for aggravated battery and 1 misdemeanor count for battery.

Logan Hirsch, 16, faces 7 felony counts for aggravated battery.

Dalton Rainey, 16, faces 4 felony counts for aggravated battery.

Jacob Williams, 16, faces 3 felony counts for aggravated battery.

Tate Smith, 16, faces 4 felony counts for aggravated battery.

Kody Durham, 16, faces 2 counts of aggravated battery.

Cory Bresee, 17, faces 5 felony counts of aggravated battery.

Raymond Ferguson, 15, faces 1 misdemeanor count for battery.

Rodney Kohler, 15, faces 1 misdemeanor count for battery.

Jacob Hymer, 16, faces 1 misdemeanor count for battery.

All these charges stem from an alleged incident during a football camp on the campus of Pittsburg State University June 10th.

The 11 students are accused of striking 17 of their team mates with plastic rods from window blinds and using their genitalia to humiliate them.

It will most likely be at least a week before a court date is set for the suspects.

Crawford County Attorney, Michael Gayoso says the young men will not be arrested at this time, they will instead be ordered to appear in Crawford County District Court when the judge sets a date.

 

 

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