(AP) - At least 40 Central Washington University students are facing conduct hearings after a house party in Rosyln where a number of people became sick.
Police have interviewed 54 students and three non-students. Sanctions could range from an alcohol education class to suspension or expulsion.
Rosyln police estimate 50 or more students or friends were at the Oct. 8 party. Many partygoers were underage and some drank alcohol that was apparently drugged. Nine were hospitalized.
CWU officials say toxicology results are expected to be discussed Monday at a news conference by Attorney General Rob McKenna and school President James Gaudino.