Man Pleads Guilty in UC Irvine Fraternity Alcohol Poisoning Death – Los Angeles

Thursday’s plea agreement was not entered by a 23-year-old man. He was fined for his role in the alcohol poisoning death that occurred to a fellow UC Irvine fraternity member.

Mohamed Ibragim Kharaev, a defendant in a plea agreement offered by Judge John Adams of Orange County Superior Court, pleaded no contest on a misdemeanor count for allowing an event or gathering at which underage alcohol is permitted. He was ordered to pay $750 to cover court expenses and a fine amount of $150 along with a $35 criminal conviction assessment fees.

Kharaev is the fourth defendant to plead no contest to the overdose death of Noah Domingo, 18, on January 12, 2019, in Irvine’s off-campus fraternity home.

Zavier Larenz Brown (23) is currently being tried and will appear in court on February 23rd at Newport Beach’s Harbor Justice Center. 

According to the Orange County District Attorney’s Office: Investigators didn’t find any evidence that Domingo was harmed in his death. 

Domingo was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, and had been there for several months prior to attending the aforementioned event. “Big Brother Night”Prosecutors said that he was drinking at the party.

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