U-M Fraternity Permanently Suspended for Ski Resort Vandalism

We have an update on the University of Michigan fraternities that vandalized two Northern Michigan ski resorts.

Tuesday, Sigma Alpha Mu has permanently suspended their University of Michigan chapter.

Back in January, Treetops Resort in Gaylord and Boyne Highlands Resort in Harbor Springs reported hundreds of thousands of dollars in vandalism.

The Sigma Alpha Mu International Board has decided it will no longer identify with those who destroyed the resorts.

Damage and legal fees at Treetops Resort is expected to cost about $430,000.

While at Boyne Highlands, the damage is expected to cost $30,000.

The Otsego County prosecutor tells 9&10 a decision on if, and what, charges will be brought against the fraternities and sororities at Treetops could come down as soon as the end this week.

No charges will be brought against those fraternities or sororities that were part of the Boyne Highlands vandalism.