Oklahoma State University Student Allegedly Used A Loaded Gun During Hazing

A 22-year-old Oklahoma State University student faces two felony charges for allegedly using a loaded gun during fraternity hazing.

Owen Hossack, a now former Alpha Gamma Rho member, faces two counts of pointing a firearm at an individual with the intent to harm, KFOR reports.

Hossack is accused of holding a loaded gun to a pledge's head on Aug. 16 in an extended cab pickup truck and asking the student if he would take a bullet for his frat brothers. When the pledge said no, Hossack allegedly became angry and yelled before placing the gun up to another pledge and asking the same question, according to an affidavit. Shortly after the second pledge's response, a flash of light was seen and the passenger window exploded.

No one was hit by the bullet.

"In no way was the individual's actions condoned or encouraged by the fraternity," Mitchell Earl, president of Alpha Gamma Rho OSU Chapter, told KOKH.

Hossack pleaded not guilty on Monday. He was suspended by OSU for three years. The fraternity is currently on partial probation as a result of the universitys investigation.



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