Charges dropped for 7 Warren De La Salle students accused in football hazing investigation
WARREN, Mich. – Charges against all seven students accused in a Warren De La Salle Collegiate School football hazing investigation have been dropped, according to Michael Wendling, the St. Clair County Prosecutor. This has been a challenging time for our school community and our thoughts and prayers continue for all the students and De La Salle families affected. Moving forward, De La Salle remains committed to the success of its students and its entire community consistent with its La Sallian roots in faith, morality, and integrity. The students and alumni of De La Salle continue to make a positive difference both locally and globally. The De La Salle leadership and staff have been and remain steadfast in fulfilling our mission and living out our motto,"Builders of Boys Makers of Men."
Warren De La Salle High School fires school’s president amid hazing investigation
WARREN, Mich. – The calls for John M. Knight to step down from his post as school president has been going on for months. UPDATE: Charges dropped for 7 Warren De La Salle students accused in football hazing investigationWarren De La Salle Collegiate School announced Thursday that Knight has been let go, but Knight is trying to fight back. The De La Salle High School Board of Trustees announced Thursday that they were not only deciding to place Knight on leave, but his contract is not being renewed. RELATED: Warren De La Salle High School places president on leave amid football hazing caseThe search for Knight’s replacement started immediately. Warren police conducted an investigation into the De La Salle football program after the team forfeited its Michigan high school playoff game due to the allegations of hazing.