Former Florida State Frat Brothers Plead Guilty in Hazing Death of Andrew Coffey

By  //  April 17, 2018

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Pi Kappi Phi BROTHERS will serve time in jail

ABOVE VIDEO: Five former members of a Florida State University fraternity pleaded guilty on Monday and will serve jail time in the hazing death of Andrew Coffey.

(FOX NEWS) – Five former members of a Florida State University fraternity pleaded guilty on Monday and will serve jail time in the hazing death of Andrew Coffey.

The men — Kyle Bauer, Brett Birmingham, Christopher Hamlin, Conner Ravelo and John Ray — pleaded guilty to two counts of misdemeanor hazing, the Tallahassee Democrat reported.

Bauer, Birmingham, Hamlin, and Ray will spend 60 days in jail.

Ravelo will spend 30 days in jail after already serving 20 days and cooperating with investigators. All five men are former brothers of the Pi Kappi Phi fraternity.

All of the men faced up to five years in prison for a felony hazing charge before agreeing to plead guilty to a misdemeanor hazing charge.

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