Several students at a Buffalo, New York-area high school have been suspended after an investigation into the suicide of 14-year-old Jamey Rodemeyer, who killed himself after being bullied by classmates for coming out gay, the Buffalo News reported.

The suspensions come after police closed their investigation last month without filing any charges.

“[The police] shared some information with us, and we followed up,” Williamsville Central School District Superintendent Scott Martzloff was quoted as saying. “We made the determination to take disciplinary action.”

Martzloff, who declined to say how many students were being punished, added that they face “a minimum of suspensions.”

Rodemeyer's suicide received national attention, including regrets from Lady Gaga, who dedicated a performance of her track Hair to the teen, and actor Zachary Quinto, who credited Rodemeyer's suicide for prompting him to come out gay.

Police noted five incidents of alleged bullying in their investigation, including an incident involving a female student telling Rodemeyer something along the lines of, “Faggot, why don't you just kill yourself?” and an incident in which a student shoved Rodemeyer and called him a “fag.”