Two Long Islanders and a Brooklyn man are scheduled to appear in an upstate court Friday for allegedly raping a student over the holiday weekend on the campus of an Orange County college.
The three -- William Servis, 18, of Rocky Point; Glendon Glashen, 18, of Hempstead; and Michael Curatola, 17, of Brooklyn -- were arrested on first-degree rape charges Sunday after Newburgh police investigated a tip that a woman had been raped about 1 a.m. that day at Mount Saint Mary College, according to News 12 Long Island.
Servis and Curatola were released after being arraigned Tuesday and putting up $25,000 bail each, but Glashen remained held on the same bail amount, News 12 said.Rape charges against 2 LI teens dismissed PhotosRecent LI mug shots
Servis' attorney declined to comment.
Calls were not returned by Newburgh police, the Orange County district attorney's office and the other two men's attorneys.
No other details were available.
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