Charges Are Planned in Florida A&M Hazing Death
Criminal charges will be filed on Wednesday against members of the Florida A&M University marching band who were involved in the hazing death of a fellow student last fall, the police said Tuesday.
Capt. Angelo Nieves of the Orange County Sheriff’s Office said charges against members of the school band would be announced at a news conference in Orlando.
The charges come after a six-month investigation into the death of Robert Champion, 26, a drum major who died in November after being severely beaten during a hazing ritual aboard a bus after a football game.