A third former Beta Theta Pi fraternity brother charged after the investigation into Timothy Piazza’s death is scheduled to plead guilty on Thursday.
Bo Han Song, a 20-year-old from Wayne, was bound over for trial on three counts of hazing, three counts of furnishing alcohol and one count of purchasing alcohol by a minor. Two counts of furnishing alcohol by a minor were added after his preliminary hearing, according to a court document.
The plea is scheduled to be heard by Judge Brian Marshall, who was assigned to all non-trial matters by President Judge Pamela Ruest.
Joseph Ems Jr. was the second former fraternity brother to plead guilty and he is awaiting sentencing, which is scheduled for Sept. 27.