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one Fraternity Life fish killer goes to jail after failing to perform community service.

one Fraternity Life fish killer goes to jail after failing to perform community service.
One of the Fraternity Life: Santa Cruz koi killers is in jail after showing up to his community service only once, and after attending just one of the 50 court-ordered Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. Casey Loop, who the Mercury News identifies as a “San Jose bartender,” “is in Santa Cruz County Jail serving 45 days in lieu of the community service he failed to perform.” He only worked one day at the Long Marine Laboratory, and the lab fired him. Amazingly, “he is suing the agency that coordinates community service for the courts. He paid a $50 fee to the non-profit, Community Options, and he wants it back.” Loop and fellow fraternity member Matthew Cox were sentenced to community service back in April.

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