Here is the link and an excerpt: Warren De LaSalle alleged sexual attack/taunting with (perhaps) broomstick
According to multiple sources with knowledge of the situation, who agreed to speak to the Free Press on condition of anonymity, the hazing incidents involve a stick of some type — a broomstick was cited by multiple individuals — that was used in a sexual manner. It is not known how exactly the sticks were allegedly used, nor how many players were hazing victims.
Late Thursday evening, Warren Police Commissioner Bill Dwyer told the Free Press that De La Salle President John Knight told him that a police investigation into football hazing allegations would not be necessary, and that the school would handle the issue internally.
“He said, ‘We’ve got it under control. We don’t need the police involved. … There’s no substance to it’ ” said Dwyer, referring to a phone conversation with the school president at about 1 p.m. Thursday.
On Friday morning, De La Salle adamantly denied telling police it would handle the hazing incidents internally and said police are involved.
De La Salle has publicly disclosed that hazing is far more “pervasive” and “deep rooted” than originally thought.
Dwyer said the DLS president never informed him of any details involving the alleged hazing incidents.
“It was quite disturbing to me that he would not share that information,” said Dwyer, stressing he is now going to “request the school ask us to intervene.”