STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - A former Penn State fraternity house manager charged in the hazing death of a pledge from Hunterdon County, New Jersey has learned his fate.
Braxton Becker, 23, was placed on two years probation for a hindering apprehension conviction related to the death of 19-year-old Timothy Piazza in 2017.
The Centre Daily Times reports Becker's attorney is vowing an appeal.
Becker was accused of deleting security camera footage after Piazza fell during a night of hazing and drinking.
Becker was acquitted of evidence tampering and obstruction, but convicted of hindering apprehension.
The state attorney general's office said Sen. Mike Folmer was arrested and charged Tuesday night.Read More »
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