ROCKVILLE, Md. (FOX 5 DC) - A judge has decided that the fourth suspect in the alleged Damascus High School hazing incident should stand trial in juvenile court.
The judge has previously decided to allow the other three teens charged in the attack to have their cases heard in juvenile court.
The fourth teen had previous incidents of alleged assault, theft, and robbery involving the Department of Juvenile Services. His lawyer said some of those charges were dismissed.
The four teens face charges in the alleged Halloween locker room attack against their own teammates on the Damascus JV football team.
Arrest documents detailing the incident that led to the arrests reveal gruesome allegations of beatings and violent sexual assaults.