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Man to serve 90 days in underage drinking death

An Excelsior man will serve 90 days in jail for serving alcohol to a 19-year-old man, who later died as a result of it last year, reports MPR.

Joshua Julien, plead guilty to the felony charges and was sentenced on Friday. Last year served alcohol to Sean Humphrey, 19, at a Chaska house party. Humphrey later left the party, intoxicated, and fell onto the curb. Humphrey was knocked unconscious and later found frozen to death. Officals listed the cause of death as hypothermia and acute intoxication.

In an interview with KSTP Sean's father, Bob Humphrey, said that he forgives those involved in his sons death and he hopes that others may learn from such a tragedy. "They need to be aware of what tolerance is, need to be aware of the safety factor." He said.

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http://kstp.com/article/stories/S364025.shtml?cat=206