Two teenagers from Long Island are facing felony charges after being arrested this week and charged with allegedly raping a fellow student at an Upstate New York college.
Authorities said the incident occurred Sunday morning in a dorm at Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh, NY.
Glendon Glashen, 18, of Hempstead and William Servis, 18, of Rocky Point, were both arrested by Newburgh City Police in connection with the incident. A 17-year-old man from Brooklyn, Michael Curatola, was also charged. Each was charged with first-degree rape.
“This past weekend, we received a report that a female student alleged she had been sexually assaulted," said Michael O’Keefe, the college’s executive director of operations and security.
O’Keefe confirmed that the three students were arrested and said they “are no longer on campus.” College officials noted that they are cooperating in the ongoing investigation.
The three men were arraigned at Newburgh City Court and released on $25,000 bail.
A spokesman for the Newburgh City Police did not immediately respond to a request for comment.