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Former Beta Theta Pi fraternity brother Luke Visser is requesting a jail sentence reduction and/or house arrest following the 2017 hazing death of then-Penn State sophomore Tim Piazza.
The Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office recommended more than $220,000 in restitution for the Piazza family following their son Tim's death related to a hazing incident at the Beta Theta Pi house in February 2017.
Two former Penn State fraternity members on Monday received sentences that include house arrest for their roles in the events that led to the 2017 hazing death of pledge Timothy Piazza.
Theta Chi is the 12th Greek organization to have had its recognition suspended or revoked since 2017.
All four pleading guilty on Tuesday were accused of playing a role in the alcohol-fueled bid acceptance night on Feb. 2, 2017 that precipitated the death of Timothy Piazza, a 19-year-old sophomore from Lebanon, N.J..
"We will continue to look for worthy recipients to continue to help make a difference in lives of those in need. That’s what Tim would want and expect. Our work is far from done."
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