City Police again released no information on Monday, saying the case remained under investigation.
Ouellette couldn’t speculate on how SUNY Plattsburgh would respond to any allegations or charges that could be brought against the fraternity, she said, because she didn’t know what the investigation would reveal.
However, she said, in any matter where judicial action is taken by the college, penalties can range from community service and education all the way to suspension and expulsion.
Mastronardo said Monday he was not aware of any new information regarding the case.
He noted, however, that AXP planned to be in contact with its national headquarters, as well as the college administration.
“We’re going to take the proper precautions and fulfill everything we need to fulfill,” he said.
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