Nine people, including seven students, have been arrested and face serious charges by The College at Brockport University Police and the Brockport Police Department following a hazing investigation.

Nine people, including seven students, have been arrested by The College at Brockport University Police and the Brockport Police Department following a hazing investigation.

Last week, campus police questioned several students at a house on Monroe Avenue. Members of the fraternity, known as the Delts, were inside, according to college officials. School officials were clear that this fraternity is not recognized by the college. It hasn't been sanctioned by the school since 2001.

The following people were arrested and charged on Wednesday:

Andrew William Peterson – charged with Penal law-hazing first degree (2) counts; criminal nuisance second degree (2) counts; assault third degree-intent to cause physical injury; unlawfully dealing with a child first degree (alcohol)

Nickolas Antonio Buffa – charged with agriculture and markets law-torture/injure/not feed animal; penal law-hazing first degree.

Jacob Benjamen Manolt – charged with penal law-hazing first degree; criminal nuisance second degree.

Jacob William Parker: Penal law-hazing first degree; criminal nuisance second degree, unlawfully dealing with a child first degree (alcohol).

Mussey Tesfai Tella – charged with penal law-hazing first degree (2) counts; criminal nuisance second degree (2) counts; assault third degree-intent to cause physical injury.

Leo Woon Keul Chai: Agriculture and Markets Law-Torture/Injure/Not feed animal; Penal law-hazing first degree; criminal nuisance second degree; assault third degree-intent to cause physical injury.

Connor Brett Reed: Penal law-criminal possession of a controlled substance seventh degree; hazing first degree; criminal nuisance second degree

Brian Christopher Halpin: Penal law-hazing first degree; criminal nuisance second degree

Tyler Francis Ryan: Penal law-hazing first degree; criminal nuisance second degree

University Police and the Brockport Police Department will hold a joint press conference on Thursday at 1 p.m.