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Football Players Charged with Hazing Headed to Trial

Football Players Charged with Hazing Headed to Trial



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(KSL News) Two former East High football players accused of sexually hazing other players will stand trial. The trial is scheduled to start Dec. 12.

A third player charged in connection with the locker room shenanigans is considering a plea offer.

The three players all were 15 years old when the alleged crimes against three victims occurred in late August and early September.

Football Players Charged with Hazing Headed to Trial

They are charged with one count each of forcible sodomy, attempted sodomy and forcible sexual abuse, all first-degree felonies.

If convicted, they could be held in a juvenile detention facility until the age of 21.

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