Sorority sisters get probation for hazing charges
By: Heartland News
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. - Three members of Southeast Missouri State's Zeta Phi Beta sorority will get two years probation on misdemeanor hazing and assault charges.
All the suspects are women.
Prosecutors allege one of them, Darleta McKinnis-Weems ordered a new member to eat food taken from a garbage can. Another suspect, Ashley Moore is accused of punching the same sorority member in the chest.