Wheaton College Football Players To Be Arrested After Brutalizing Teammate

Football players at Wheaton College, a conservative Christian school, are likely to be arrested following the beating of a Freshman football player according to the New York Daily News.

Football players at Wheaton College, a conservative Christian school, are likely to be arrested following the beating of a Freshman football player according to the New York Daily News.

The term 'beating' maybe an understatement. After seriously injuring the victim, including sexually assaulting him, they left him half-naked in an open field with serious injuries.

Five Wheaton College (Ill.) football players face felony charges after being accused of a 2016 hazing incident in which a freshman teammate was restrained with duct tape, beaten and left half-naked with two torn shoulders on a baseball field. DuPage County Judge Joseph Bugos signed arrest warrants and set $50,000 bonds against the players — James Cooksey, Kyler Kregel, Benjamin Pettway, Noah Spielman and Samuel TeBos — late Monday afternoon. Prosecutors charged the athletes with aggravated battery, mob action and unlawful restraint.

The students are not being charged with sexual assault even though the victim was sodomized:

The freshman told investigators that his teammates restrained him with more duct tape during the drive, pulled down his shorts and underwear, then repeatedly tried to insert an object into his rectum. After the freshman yelled at them to stop, he was beaten, he said.

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