Sorority sisters face judge for hazing charges

Sorority sisters face judge for hazing charges
By: Heartland News

Three Southeast Missouri State University sorority sisters are scheduled to face a judge Monday.
Members of the Zeta Phi Beta are charged with misdemeanor hazing and assault.

Darleta McKennis-Weems is accused of making a pledge eat food taken from a garbage can.  Ashley Moore allegedly punched the same girl in the chest.  Jessica Reynolds is accused of spraying the pledge in the face with an unidentified liquid.

Each of the sorority members face up to a year and 15 days in the county jail as well as a $1000 fine.