Bucks DA: No rapist charges out of Central Bucks West hazing investigation
December 5, 2014 - Picnic Time
Bucks County’s district profession announced Friday afternoon that his bureau “had perceived no justification or allegations that would call for a filing of rapist charges, possibly in adult or youthful court, as a outcome of a reported hazing incidents among Central Bucks West football players final fall.”
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David Heckler pronounced he was suggested that “the Central Bucks Regional Police have finished their inquiries and that no complainants or earthy justification of rapist control has been discovered.”
“We had formerly resolved that a control disclosed by a School District review did not aver prosecution,” a district profession settled in a prepared statement.
“Now we are as certain as we can be that there were no other actions of a some-more critical inlet concerned in a hazing of first-year players,” Heckler said. “Unless someone comes brazen with new information, we are done.”
Central Bucks School District Superintendent David Weitzel settled in response to a announcement: “The district appreciates a inquisitive efforts of a Central Bucks Regional Police Department and a Office of a District Attorney. In addition, we are gratified with a inner swell being done to forestall any destiny hazing incidents; as good as with swell on a Central Bucks High School West conduct football manager deputy process.”
Brian Hensel, a CB West football manager who was dangling and not backed as manager after a Central Bucks School District sealed a review into a incident, pronounced Friday, “I’m happy to hear a review is finish during this point. Hopefully a players and their families can pierce on with their lives.”
Hensel pronounced Friday he approaching a district attorney’s proclamation formed on a information he has received.
Hensel was dangling final month after several younger members of a football group were subjected to activities that Weitzel described as hazing in a locker room after a parent-sponsored cruise in August. At a time, Hensel was divided during a family function.
The activities were described as including putting a rookies in a shower, entirely dressed with towels over their heads and another activity where they were allegedly slapped, licked or had their private tools grabbed, while they were entirely clothed, as partial of a form of game.
Hensel has continued to learn during a high propagandize nonetheless he is no longer a coach. “I’d adore to be coaching though a district motionless they wanted to pierce on from that,” he said.
Hensel pronounced a whole occurrence and successive review has “been really formidable on my family though during this time we haven’t followed anything” in a form of lawsuit over a occurrence or detriment of his coaching position.
“I wish a returning players have a event to be successful with whomever replaces me,” Hensel said. “And we wish a seniors can pierce on with a certain knowledge as they pursue their life interests over high school.”
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