The University of New Hampshire has issued arrest warrants for 46 members of a fraternity for alleged student hazing.
Officials claim hazing occurred on April 13 at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house at an event for new members of the chapter.
The warrants were issued on Tuesday in Durham, New Hampshire, and ten persons had been detained by Friday.
The arrestees have been charged with hazing, a misdemeanor punishable by up to $1,200 in fines.
The institution has now suspended the fraternity after its national organization reported it to the school.
Authorities haven't spoken much about what happened at the party, but they started looking into it on April 18 after getting information from the institution.