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Hazing case 4th man accused of hazing in VSU case turns himself in

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Cory D. Baytop is one of four men charged with hazing in connection with a weekend initiation ritual, Chesterfield County police said.

Eriq K. Benson is one of four men charged with hazing in connection with a weekend initiation ritual, Chesterfield County police said.

James A. Mackey Sr. is one of four men charged with hazing in connection with a weekend initiation ritual, Chesterfield County police said.

Posted: Tuesday, April 30, 2013 1:28 pm

Chesterfield County police said this afternoon they've arrested the last of four men accused of hazing in the aftermath of the drownings of two Virginia State University students in the Appomattox River on April 20.

Charles E. Zollicoffer II turned himself in Monday evening, police said in a news release this afternoon. His first court appearance was scheduled for Thursday in Chesterfield County General District Court.

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