Michael Curatola, Glendon Glashen, William Servis Charged with Rape of Mt. St. Mary College Girl

September 6, 2013 Newburgh New York (WABC) –  Authorities say three male students have been charged with raping a female student inside a dormitory at a Hudson Valley college.

Police in the city of Newburgh tell local media outlets that the freshman student was attacked early Sunday morning in a dorm at Mount Saint Mary College.

Police say the suspects are 17-year-old Michael Curatola from Brooklyn and two 18-year-olds, Glendon Glashen from Hempstead and William Service from Rocky Point on Long Island. The three freshmen were charged with first-degree rape and released on $25,000 bail apiece after being arraigned earlier this week in Newburgh City Court.

Mount Saint Mary is a private, liberal arts college with an enrollment of about 2,700. It’s located in Newburgh, 60 miles north of New York City.

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