(CNN)Three suspects among the 11 indicted in the death of 19-year-old Virginia Commonwealth University student Adam Oakes turned themselves in to police on Monday, according to a news release from Richmond Police.
All have been charged with unlawful hazing of a student, a misdemeanor, according to RPD.
In May, the Richmond Medical Examiner's Office ruled Oakes' cause of death as ethanol toxicity, or alcohol poisoning, according to the police department.
All of those eight were charged with misdemeanor unlawful hazing, while three were also charged with misdemeanor buying or giving alcohol to a minor, Richmond police said.
Most of the eleven suspects were initially scheduled to appear in court on Monday, but that hearing has been continued or postponed until October 4, Richmond City Circuit Court records show.
"It was like that first glimmer of hope in seven months," White added.
VCU also launched a review of all campus Greek life, and in August announced that Greek organizations would not be allowed to bring on new members during the 2021-22 school year.
Alcohol is also banned at all official student organization functions involving undergraduate students, the school announced last month.