Seven students at New Jersey's Sayreville War Memorial High School have been charged with sex crimes in an investigation into the high school football team's hazing.

The investigation reportedly found that students held the victims against their will and inappropriately touched them—allegedly shoving fingers into their rectums. One student also claims he was kicked.

According to the AP, six of the seven students charged, who range in age from 15 to 17, were arrested on Friday night. Authorities are seeking out the seventh. Middlesex County prosecutor Andrew C. Carey said three of them were charged with aggravated sexual assault, criminal restraint, and hazing, among other crimes. The remaining four were charged with aggravated criminal sexual contact.

The AP reports a Family Court decision will determine whether the teens in custody will be held in a juvenile detention facility, or whether they will be released to their families.

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