Fair Oaks Ranch man gets 5 years for hazing death of LSU fraternity pledge
– Matthew Naquin, 21, who was found guilty of negligent homicide in the 2017 hazing death of Louisiana State University student Maxwell Gruver, was sentenced to five years in prison, according to CNN. Naquin, of Fair Oaks Ranch, was arrested on hazing charges in Oct. 2017 for making pledges drink alcohol while playing a game called “Bible Study,” according to an affidavit. San Antonio-area man found guilty of negligent homicide in LSU hazing deathPledge members of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity were forced to take “pulls” of 190-proof Diesel -- a “pull,” according to the affidavit, is consuming the alcohol for three to five seconds. Naquin and nine other members of the fraternity were arrested on hazing charges related to the incident. Affidavit: Fair Oaks Ranch teen ‘most aggressive’ in alleged LSU pledge member’s hazing deathGruver’s blood-alcohol level was more than six times the legal driving limit when he died in 2017.