Final two FSU fraternity members sentenced in hazing death
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) - The final two fraternity members accused of hazing in the death of Florida State University pledge Andrew Coffey were sentenced Thursday afternoon.
Luke Kluttz and Anthony Petagine, who entered a no-contest plea on May 28, were both sentenced to 60 days in jail along with community service. They also agreed to make a video accepting guilt and giving a truthful account of what happened.
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Kluttz and Petagine were two of nine fraternity members who were arrested and charged with the hazing death of Andrew Coffey in November 2017.
Coffey was found dead on a couch the morning after a Pi Kappa Phi “Big Brother” party. An autopsy later revealed he died of alcohol poisoning with a blood-alcohol level more than five times the legal limit.
This is a developing story and will be updated.
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