Arrests made in alleged LSU hazing death

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LOUISIANA -- (WTVY) Some members of the PhI Delta Theta fraternity turned themselves in Wednesday (Oct. 11).
Investigators say Freshman Maxwell Gruver had a blood-alcohol level of .495 when he died September 13th.
The coroner's officer ruled Gruver's death 'accidental' caused by Acute Alcohol Intoxication.
One of the fraternity members also faces an additional charge of Negligent Homicide.
If convicted of hazing, fraternity members face from 10 to 30 days in jail and mandatory expulsion from the university.