Seven New Jersey teens arrested for sexually abusing younger male studentsBy Mason White 4:17 PM October 13, 2014
By: Feng Qian
(Scroll down for video) Several high school students are in trouble after sexually abusing younger students, police in New Jersey said.
Now, the Sayreville War Memorial High School has canceled all football games for the rest of the season amid the allegations.
Seven students were charged with sexual offenses after an investigation into hazing among the high school football team found that new members were attacked against their will.
The boys were accused of trapping the victims by suddenly turning off the lights in the locker room and then attacking the boys.
The suspects are accused of pinning the victims to the wall and sticking a finger up the behinds of the new players. At times, they would put the finger in the mouths of the victims so they taste their own bottoms.
Middlesex County prosecutor Andrew C. Carey issued a warrant against the seven students, who are all between the ages of 15 and 17.