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Men on trial for death of Stone Foltz found not guilty on most serious charges

Troy Henricksen and Jacob Krinn were found not guilty of involuntary manslaughter and reckless homicide, but guilty of hazing and other lesser charges.

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Published: 2:47 PM EDT May 17, 2022
Updated: 8:54 PM EDT May 27, 2022

The trial of two former fraternity brothers accused in the death of Bowling Green State University student Stone Foltz is now complete.

Jacob Krinn of Delaware, Ohio, faced seven charges, five of them felonies: 

  • Involuntary manslaughter – 1st degree
  • Felonious Assault – 2nd degree
  • Involuntary manslaughter – 3rd degree
  • Reckless Homicide
  • Obstructing official business
  • Hazing
  • Failure to comply with underage alcohol laws

Troy Henricksen of Grove City, Ohio, faced five charges, three of them felonies: 

  • Involuntary manslaughter 
  • Reckless Homicide 
  • Tampering with Evidence 
  • Hazing misdemeanors 
  • Failure to comply with underage alcohol laws 

Six other men pleaded guilty earlier this year to various charges.

Below is a day-by-day breakdown of the proceedings.

Editor's note: There may be some content within the trial testimonies that readers may find disturbing, including graphic accounts of hazing, verbal and emotional abuse.


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