Reported that Danny Daniels was found dead in his bed after attending a party at the Fiji house. Danny's blood alcohol level was 0.34, and the reported stated that alcohol toxicity had caused his death.
Reported that Danny Daniels was found dead in his bed at the Phi Gamma Delta house this past weekend with a deadly amount of alcohol in his system.
Alcohol Death At Frat House Spurs Lawsuit
Reported that Danny Ray Daniels' family sued California State University, Fresno, and the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity for wrongful death. "The parents claim their son was induced or forced to drink "massive quantities of alcohol" as part of fraternity hazing. Months earlier, he had gotten drunk and fell out of an upper-story window at the fraternity house, the lawsuit claims. The Daniels' charge Fresno State with not doing enough to prevent hazing and drinking at fraternities. The university banned Phi Gamma Delta for five years after the school's investigation into the incident."
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Tuesday, Feb. 03, 2009
Reported that the Fresno State student president accused Graham Wahlberg of violating a school policy on alcohol. This was a three months after his predecessor resigned in a controversy over booze and soon after the alcohol-caused death of student Danny Ray Daniels. Wahlberg, 21, maintained he has did nothing wrong. Dorm policy prohibits alcoholic beverages in the common areas of dorms if minors are present. Dorm residents 21 and older can drink without penalty in the dorms if they follow a lengthy list of rules. According to Wahlberg, six to 12 beers were kept in his refrigerator, which was in the living room because his bedroom was too crowded. Wahlberg sanction was to attend a $30 alcohol safety class he would seek an appeal.
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