Three college students admitted to knowing and serving alcohol to people under the age of 21 at a party-- including three teenagers who died later in a car accident.
Michael Fruend, Jordan Henika and Charles King III all pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of conspiracy to contribute to the delinquency of a minor. Felony charges against the three were dropped. They face up to one year in jail and $1,000 in fines. They'll be sentenced later this month.
The three did not plead guilty to serving alcohol to Brett Johnson, who was driving the car that crashed. Johnson, a Holt High School senior, pleaded guilty Wednesday to one county of operating while intoxicated causing death. He's scheduled to be sentenced in June and faces up to 15 years in prison.
Johnson's car crashed January 30, killing 17-year-old Holly Bossenbery, a Holt High School senior, and Holt Graduate Taylyr Cochran. Seventeen-year-old Anthony Harris, also a Holt High School senior, died three days later from his injuries.
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