Glendon Glashen, William Serviss accused of rape at Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh

Officials say two Long Island men have been arrested and accused in a college campus rape upstate. Glendon Glashen, 18, of Hempstead, William Serviss, 18,

Glendon Glashen, 18, of Hempstead, William Serviss, 18, of Rocky Point, and Michael Curatola, 17, of Brooklyn, were all arraigned in Newburgh City Court on Tuesday.

Glendon Glashen, 18, of Hempstead, William Serviss, 18, of Rocky Point, and Michael Curatola, 17, of Brooklyn, were all arraigned in Newburgh City Court on Tuesday. (9/5/13)

NEWBURGH - UPDATE: Charges against all three teens were dropped after a grand jury refused to indict them.

Officials say two Long Island men have been arrested and accused in a college campus rape upstate.

Glendon Glashen, 18, of Hempstead, William Serviss, 18, of Rocky Point, and Michael Curatola, 17, of Brooklyn, were all arraigned in Newburgh City Court on Tuesday.

The alleged attack took place Sunday on the campus of Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh. Officials say the victim is a student at the school.

All three suspects are charged with rape and are due back in court Friday.

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