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USU student sentenced in fraternity alcohol case

LOGAN, Utah (AP) - A Utah State University student will be spending two days in jail and paying an $800 fine after pleaded guilty to providing alcohol to a minor at a fraternity party.
LOGAN, Utah (AP) - A Utah State University student will be spending two days in jail and paying an $800 fine after pleaded guilty to providing alcohol to a minor at a fraternity party.

Logan's Herald Journal reports 21-year-old Casey Hafla was sentenced Monday. He's also being ordered to take a substance abuse or personal responsibility course, and write a report about the video "Impaired Driver."

Hafla pleaded guilty in March to a class B misdemeanor count of furnishing alcohol to a minor.

Prosecutors say Hafla obtained alcohol for former USU student Hayden Ahlbrandt, who later gave some of that alcohol to a 17-year-old girl at the Sept. 25 party at the Pi Kappa Alpha frat house.

The girl was hospitalized with alcohol poisoning.

Ahlbrandt was ordered to spend two days in jail.

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Information from: The Herald Journal

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