-- More than 30 people were charged -- including some with criminal homicide -- in connection with the death of Chun "Michael" Deng, 19, a Baruch College student who died after a hazing incident in the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania.
Twenty-seven people were charged with hindering apprehension, hazing and criminal conspiracy, police said.
Three people were charged with aggravated assault, simple assault, hindering apprehension, hazing and criminal conspiracy, and two people were charged with simple assault, hindering apprehension, hazing and criminal conspiracy, police said.
Authorities say members of the Pi Delta Psi fraternity at the New York City-based college pushed Deng during a Dec. 2013 hazing ritual while on a retreat in the Poconos, where he was blindfolded and wearing a backpack filled with 20 pounds of sand.
At one point he fell over and hit his head, police said.
After two hours, Deng was taken to a local hospital by three of the fraternity members, where he later died.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.