FERNANDINA BEACH, Fla. (WVLT) -- Charges have been filed in connection with the party where former Vol Aaron Douglas died in May.
Four people who live in the Florida home where the 21 year-old Douglas was found dead on a second floor balcony were charged with allowing an open house party where at least sixteen minors were present and allowed to drink and/or take drugs, the Fernandina Beach Police Dept. said on Thursday.
Authorities identified the suspects as Neal Clements, 22, Nathaniel V. Flanders, 21, Daniel Stouter, 24, and Dana, M. Luberto, 22.
According to police reports, officers were called to the Fernandina Beach home on the morning of May 12 where they found Douglas. The Maryville High graduate had most recently attended the University of Alabama, where he played for the Crimson Tide.
The department added it is continuing the investigation into the death of Douglas. They are also trying to determine the minors who attended the party and said additional charges are pending.