ELLENSBURG, Wash. (AP) -- While police investigate what sickened dozens of Central Washington University students at a party in Roslyn, the students face possible sanctions.
The university in Ellensburg is reviewing the conduct of students who were at the off-campus party. Sanctions could range from an alcohol education class to suspension or expulsion.
Campus police were notified by the Kittitas County sheriff's office and used vans early Saturday to bring 27 students back to residence halls.
At the party house in Roslyn Friday night, police had found as many as 50 underage people sick or unconscious. Twelve were treated at a hospital.
Police are waiting for drug tests as they try to identify who spiked the drinks.
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