A Baton Rouge jury has found Matthew Naquin guilty of negligent homicide in the hazing death of a pledge, WBRZ reports.
Maxwell Gruver was 18 years old when he died after a hazing ritual known as "Bible study." An autopsy said his blood alcohol level was six times the DWI limit.
A Lafayette man, who also was a member of the fraternity, pleaded no contest and testified at the trial.
Naquin was released on bond Wednesday afternoon.
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