Kappa Alpha Psi Member Pleads Guilty To Charges In Youngstown State University Hazing Case

An alumni member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. has plead guilty to charges in a hazing incident that sent a pledge to the hospital, according to the Youngstown Vindicator.

Michael Charles, 28, reportedly pleaded guilty to charges of felony inciting to violence and misdemeanor assault.

Victim Breylon Stubbs, 22, told a judge he and Resean Yancey, 20, were beaten with fists, a paddle and a wire clothes hanger, AP reports.

Other suspects listed in the hazing case include Anderson, 27, Jairus Ford, 32, Jerome Justice, 28, Lavell Sharp, 25, Trey McCune, 21, Wade Hampton, 24, Edward Robertson, 28, and Raheem Satterthwaite, 22.

The suspects were indicted by a Mahoning County grand jury on two counts each of felonious assault. They each reportedly posted bail.

The university chapter suspended the chapter for 15, AP reports. The school’s Student Judicial Board also imposed a 10-year probation period after the suspension.