GUILTY OH - Stone Foltz, 20, Bowling Green St. Univ., dies from frat hazing incident, Mar 2021 *arrests*

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Man pleads guilty to reckless homicide in BGSU fraternity hazing death

Jarrett Prizel pleaded guilty to a series of charges in the death of Stone Foltz on Friday.

He pleaded guilty to reckless homicide and eight counts of misdemeanor hazing. The reckless homicide charge had been amended from involuntary manslaughter, felonies of the third degree.
 

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Man pleads guilty to reckless homicide in BGSU fraternity hazing death

Jarrett Prizel pleaded guilty to a series of charges in the death of Stone Foltz on Friday.

He pleaded guilty to reckless homicide and eight counts of misdemeanor hazing. The reckless homicide charge had been amended from involuntary manslaughter, felonies of the third degree.

Glad to see the guilty plea, but disappointed at the time in the slammer for "reckless homicide."

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Sylvania man pleads guilty to reckless homicide in Foltz case | wtol.com

On April 26, Ben Boyers changed his plea to guilty on the following charges:

  • Count 1 – Reckless Homicide (third-degree felony)
  • Count 2 – Obstructing Justice (fifth-degree felony)
  • Counts 3 through 10 – Hazing (misdemeanor)
Boyers could face up to three years in jail. His sentencing will be held on June 16 at 1:30 p.m.
 

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At least, I hope, there will be some prison time for these ex-fratty-baggers.
SMH
 

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Hoping for real justice here for Stone and his family.
 

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Eight men were initially charged in connection with Foltz's death. Six of the men pleaded guilty.

Sentencing for all eight men will take place in July.
A big thanks, @JerseyGirl! Hoping they get more than a hand-slap. SMH.
 

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Prizel was sentenced to 28 days in jail and two years’ probation. Dunson received a 21-day jail term and three years of probation, while Sweeney was given a 14-day jail sentence and two years of probation. All three were also sentenced to serve 28 days of house arrest.

Boyers and Lehane were each sentenced to 28 days of house arrest and two years’ probation.

Sentencing is pending for three other former fraternity members.

In a statement they issued Thursday, Foltz’s parents, Shari and Cory Folyz, noted the sentencings were the conclusion for the former fraternity members. But the couple said “there will be no closure for our family until hazing is permanently eradicated on college campuses.”
 

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Canyon Caldwell, who was convicted of obstructing justice and eight counts of misdemeanor hazing, received seven days in jail, and 28 days of house arrest after their jail term.

In addition, Caldwell will receive work and school privileges, must undergo a mental health assessment, and meet college degree requirements. As well as complete 100 hours of community service.

Caldwell must maintain no contact with the Foltz family, and pay all court costs. Caldwell has the right to appeal.

He will begin serving his sentence on June 27.
 

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Krinn, Foltz’s “big,” was sentenced to 42 days in jail and 100 hours of community service after a jury found him guilty of several misdemeanor charges including obstructing officials business, hazing, and failure to comply with underage alcohol laws. The judge suspended other time in the sentence and ordered Krinn not to have any contact with the Foltz family. If he violates the terms of his sentencing conditions, the judge will impose the additional jail time. He was acquitted of the most serious chargesagainst him.

Henricksen was sentenced to 42 days in jail and 28 days of house arrest after a jury found him guilty of eight counts of misdemeanor hazing and seven counts of failure to comply with underage drinking laws. He was acquitted of the most serious chargesagainst him. The judge suspended other jail days in the sentence. If he violates the terms of his sentencing conditions, the judge will impose the additional jail time.
 

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Well, just as I suspected, those fratty-baggers got off with a slap or two.
Those convictions, however, may affect their job opportunities and offers. Dunno.
And other frats will probably keep on doin' it.

His poor parents will never be the same. Ever.
 
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