Former OSU frat member accused of hazing headed to court
STILLWATER, Okla. – The case against a former Oklahoma State University student and fraternity member, who is accused of hazing pledges, is headed to trial.
Owen Edward Hossack, 22, has pleaded not guilty to charges that he pointed a loaded firearm at two pledges back in August.
During Monday’s testimony, the two pledges involved, Colton Demuth and Tanner McColl, recounted the events.
They testified that Hossack handed them a bullet during a fraternity bonfire, pointed a gun at their head and asked if they would take a bullet for each other.
They claim he then pointed the gun at a car’s rear window and pulled the trigger, shattering the glass.
Hossack is due back in court on Feb. 7.
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