Troy Henriksen and Jacob Creen are on trial in Wood County for their alleged involvement in the 2021 death of BSU sophomore Stone Foltz.

Bowling Green, Ohio –

Wednesday, May 18th

9:50 am: Shari Foltz says that when Stone wrote her a message about a big-small party at Pi Kappa Alpha, he explained that there would be a lot of drinking and that “didn’t expect it”. Shari says she had no idea what “drinking a lot” meant.

9:15 a.m.: The court returned, and the prosecution called its first witness – Shari Foltz, Stone’s mother.

Tuesday, May 17th

17:00: In an introductory statement Tuesday, Wood County Attorney argued that both Troy Henriksen and Jacob Creen contributed to the death of BGSU sophomore Stone Foltz in March 2021 by planning an event for the fraternity and giving him a bottle of alcohol with the expectation that he should drink everything right. belong to Pi Capa Alpha.

In his opening statement to the jury, the lawyer argued that Foltz’s death was “a horrific tragedy in search of crime.” He claimed that no one physically forced Foltz to drink.

The trial is expected to continue on Wednesday morning at the Wood County Court.

14:30: A jury has been chosen to hear Troy Henriksen and Jacob Creen at Wood County Court.

Introductory statements are expected on Tuesday afternoon.

8 am: On Tuesday morning, the jury selection continued, with Bowling Green Student University Dean Christopher Bullins and Chief Health and Wellness Director / Coordinator for Haze Prevention Ben Betty sending the campus community a notice of the hacking death trial. Stone Foltz:

“Last year, our community was strongly affected by the tragic death of Stone Foltz. For the past 14 months we have come together to support each other and move forward as a community built on care.

Criminal proceedings against two people involved in Stone’s death begin this week. Six more people pleaded guilty to crimes in connection with the events surrounding Stone’s death. Memories of the events that led to Stone’s death can be very difficult for the senses, and they can awaken the grief we all carry.

First of all, during this difficult period our thoughts continue to be with the Foltz family.

The tragedy of Stone’s death has forever shaped our community. It is still up to each of us – every student, teacher, staff member and community member – to ensure that Stone is never forgotten.

We are proud of how our community continues to grow. You have previously admitted misconduct and used reporting tools. You had a greater willingness to renounce anonymity and support the investigation process. You helped us to bring individuals and organizations to justice, and proved time and time again that BSU will be a national leader in eradicating hazing.

Under the University Code of Conduct for Students and our zero-tolerance policy against hacking, hacking is never accepted.

Our actions affect each other, and together we must support each other, respect each other and continue to promote a community that cares for each of us. ”

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Monday, May 16th

The selection of the jury for two former brothers accused of killing a second-year student of the Belarusian State University began on Monday.

Jacob Creen of Delaware, Ohio, has been charged with seven counts, five of which are felony counts:

  • Unintentional homicide – 1st degree
  • Criminal attack – 2nd degree
  • Unintentional homicide – 3rd degree
  • Intentional homicide
  • Obstruction of official affairs
  • Hazing
  • Non-compliance with alcohol laws for minors

Troy Henriksen of Grove City, Ohio, has been charged with five counts, three of which are criminal:

  • involuntary manslaughter
  • Intentional homicide
  • Intervention in evidence
  • Hazing offenses
  • Non-compliance with alcohol laws for minors

Both former members of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity are accused of contributing to Foltz’s death in March 2021.

Six more people accused of Foltz’s death have already entered into plea deals

Foltz was a 20-year-old student at BSU. He attended a Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity event off-campus, where new members of the “little one” received teachers from senior fraternity members. Court documents show that senior members gave new members alcohol and told them to drink the entire bottle.

Foltz allegedly drank all or almost all of his bottle before being driven into the apartment, and his roommate and other friends were found unanswered. They called 911 and tried to save his life, but Foltz died on March 7, 2021.

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