UNL frat member opts not to change please in hazing case

By the Lincoln Journal
A University of Nebraska-Lincoln Sigma Chi fraternity member set to change his plea on charges related to an alleged hazing incident had a change of heart Thursday. Instead of changing his not guilty pleas, Kyle Humphrey asked Lancaster County Court Judge Gale Pokorny to set his case for a jury docket call.

“(My client) had a change of heart,” attorney Korey Reiman said.

Pokorny set Humphrey’s docket call for Aug. 4. Humphrey faces misdemeanor charges of procuring alcohol for a minor, hazing and theft by receiving stolen property. The latter relates to a road barricade worth $75 that police found in his bedroom during a search of the fraternity in March. Full story.

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