8 Indicted In Alcohol-Related Death After Fraternity Party< < Back to
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Prosecutors say eight people have been indicted in the alcohol-related death of an Ohio college student found unconscious after a fraternity party.
Six of those indicted Thursday are charged with involuntary manslaughter. They range in age from 19 to 23.
Twenty-year-old Bowling Green State University sophomore Stone Foltz was found by roommates and taken to a hospital in early March. He died three days later.
An investigation found that fraternity members had forced pledges to each drink an entire bottle of alcohol during an off-campus event.
The other charges against some of the eight include reckless homicide, felonious assault, hazing and violating underage alcohol laws.