Two Henderson baseball players facing expulsion; school investigating

HENDERSON, KY (WFIE) – Two students at Henderson High School are facing expulsion after the school says "serious horseplay" occurred on other students.

According to Henderson School District Public Information Officer Danielle Crafton, an incident occurred in the school's locker room involving several members of the baseball team. Crafton could only call the incident, "serious horseplay and an unacceptable event."

Crafton tells 14News, two students could face expulsion and will attend a hearing Thursday to determine if they will be expelled.

The Henderson Police Department is calling the incident, "an indecent exposure involving members of the baseball team."

No charged have been filed.

The names of the students aren't being released because they are minors.

The full statement from Henderson Public Schools is below:

Statement 12.10.13-HCS

Unacceptable horseplay took place at a Henderson County High School facility during baseball conditioning. Due to the fact the students are minors, Henderson County Schools cannot provide specific information about the students. Henderson County Schools has conducted a thorough investigation and is taking this matter serious. As a result of this incident, student expulsion hearings are scheduled for Thursday evening (December 12, 2013). 

14News will continue to investigate this matter, and bring you any new details as soon as they become available.

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