University Freshmen Plead No Contest in Sorority Panty Raid
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) _ Four University of Michigan freshmen accused of running naked through a sorority house have pleaded no contest to indecent exposure and agreed to pay for underwear stolen in the raid.
The men were accused of running into bedrooms at Gamma Phi Beta on Nov. 29 and demanding that sorority sisters sign their buttocks to prove they were there. The women filed charges amid tension created by several campus-area rapes.
″This isn’t a good time to be doing this,″ Detective Michael Schubring said of the panty raid.
The men, all 18, entered the pleas Thursday. They face up to 90 days in jail. No sentencing date was set. Police said the men told them they acted on a dare.