JACKSONVILLE, Ala. (AP) -- A Calhoun County grand jury has returned criminal indictments in connection with an alleged hazing case involving a fraternity at Jacksonville State University.
The Anniston Star reports that the incident took place off-campus in November 2011 in Jacksonville.
Calhoun County District Attorney Brian McVeigh said the grand jury is still hearing testimony in its investigation. He said he couldn't release more information on the indictments until they had been served, a process which he said could take one to two weeks.
The district attorney also said he could not yet name the fraternity or the individuals involved. He said the indictments stem from a Nov. 26, 2011, incident in which seven pledges were allegedly hazed, two of whom ended up in the hospital.
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