22 Arrest Warrants Issued: David Bogenberger Death
The Palatine native was found dead in his Northern Illinois fraternity house on November 2, five of the arrest warrants issued are for class 4 felony hazing, NBC 5 Chicago reports.
On Monday, twenty-two arrest warrants were issued relating to the death of Palatine native, David Bogenberger, NBC 5 Chicago reports.
His death has now been determined to be alcohol and hazing-related, according to NBC 5 Chicago, and five of the warrants issued are for Class 4 Felony Hazing.
Autopsy results showed Bogenberger, 19, had a blood alcohol content of 0.351, close to five times the legal limit for drivers, according to Northern Star, the NIU daily paper.
The death was ruled accidental, the Northern Star reports, and according to DeKalb County Coroner Dennis Miller, Bogenberger had an enlarged heart and the alcohol caused an arrhythmia, which led to his death.
Though his family moved to Florida after his 2012 graduation from Palatine High School, a celebration of life was held in Palatine for Bogenberger on November 6.