2 charged in alcohol-poisoning death at MSU

A judge in East Lansing has ordered two young men tried in the alcohol poisoning death of a freshman in her Michigan State University dorm room.
AP Wire
Aug 22, 2012

 

A roommate found 18-year-old Olivia N. Pryor dead March 19.

On Tuesday, District Judge David Jordon ruled there's enough evidence to try 19-year-old Dishon Ambrose of Detroit and 18-year-old Marquez Cannon of Eastpointe.

Ambrose is charged with furnishing alcohol to a minor causing death and being an accessory after the fact to first-degree criminal sexual conduct involving Pryor. Cannon is charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct involving Pryor, third-degree criminal sexual conduct involving Pryor's roommate, and supplying alcohol to a minor.

The roommate said the students and their male visitors were engaged in a shot-drinking competition.
 

Comments

ThomasLieber

The school should have guidance counseling about this one . Condolence to the family of the victim. I hope everything will be okay soon. - Dr Paul Perito

timrobert90

Alcohol just take all the senses of person and he can do anything in this condition. Cerebral health harms are widespread with alcoholism. Each can direct to or reinforce the other. Depression is an ordinary cause of alcoholism as the depressed person seeks a way out of his troubles or a relief from restlessness.
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warenjames88

Drugs and alcohol both the products are more harmful for human consume if it is consume in a high amount then it gives some side effects. Both the products are of addicted nature simply human beings are getting addicted slowly towards these practices and it definitely dissolves the sense of human.

Heavy consume of alcohol should be more harmful as shown in the above post where a minor detained trough the charges of alcohol death. I must suggest that consume everything in a high amount and regularly might be of addicted nature therefore we should aware of the negative sides of alcohol and drugs.

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