Fraternity death at NIU leads to charges against 22
DeKALB – Twenty-two members of the fraternity where a 19-year-old freshman died last month were charged Monday with hazing.
David Bogenberger was found dead at the fraternity house on the morning of Nov. 2. Authorities said Monday that a toxicology report showed Bogenberger had a blood-alcohol content of 0.351 percent when he died.
The Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, 1020 W. Hillcrest Drive, along with 31 student members, also are facing academic charges that could affect the fraternity’s permanent status as a registered student organization, Northern Illinois University officials said Monday in a news release. The students face academic sanctions, with penalties ranging to expulsion from the university.
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