All charges dropped in Warren De La Salle football hazing investigation

Nearly a year after Warren De La Salle self-reported an alleged hazing incident within its football program, all charges against the seven individuals charged in the investigation have been dropped. On Oct. 31, 2019, De La Salle announced it was forfeiting its playoff opening game after discovering alleged hazing involving players on the football team. Giannone took over head coaching duties at New Baltimore Anchor Bay this fall and former Grand Rapids West Catholic coach Dan Rohn took over the head coaching duties for De La Salle. Around the same time, the Macomb County Prosecutor’s Office recused itself from the case because of a potential conflict of interest. MOREAfter hazing scandal scarred program, De La Salle football moves forward with new coachFormer West Catholic football coach Dan Rohn hired as new Warren De La Salle coach5th De La Salle student arraigned on assault and battery charges in hazing scandal4 De La Salle students arraigned on assault and battery charges in hazing caseDe La Salle issues statement on charges to students, has not heard from prosecutor’s officeProsecutor’s office says no charges filed in De La Salle hazing, despite conflicting reportPolice issue 7 warrants charging individuals in De La Salle hazing investigationDe La Salle students suspects back in school amid hazing probeAnother accuser comes forward in De La Salle hazing investigationDe La Salle hazing suspects sue school for racial discrimination‘Destroyed’ evidence leads to no charges in De La Salle football hazingDe La Salle hazing case handed to St. Clair County Prosector’s OfficeAlleged victim in De La Salle hazing not cooperating; prosecutor’s office recuses caseAssault warrants sought on 3 De La Salle players in hazing investigationWarren police launch investigation into De La Salle football hazing reportsWarren De La Salle cancels football season after hazing report

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