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4th college student in Ohio pleads guilty in hazing case


ATHENS, Ohio (AP) — A fourth Ohio University student pleaded guilty Friday to charges related to the investigation into a fraternity hazing that led to a student's death.

Saxon Angell-Perez, 22, of Upper Arlington, pleaded guilty to felony permitting drug abuse, felony cocaine possession and misdemeanor hazing charges, The Columbus Dispatch reported.

Angell-Perez joins three other members of the former Sigma Pi fraternity who pleaded guilty earlier to charges that grew out of the 2018 death of Collin Wiant. Prosecutors said Angell-Perez gave cocaine to pledges and fraternity members and...

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