Fraternity member sentenced to probation in resort vandalism

GAYLORD, Mich. (AP) A member of a now-closed University of Michigan fraternity has been sentenced to two years of probation for a misdemeanor charge connected to vandalism at a ski resort.

The Otsego County prosecutor's office says 22-year-old Jesse Krumholz also was ordered in court Monday to pay $5,000 in restitution and about $400 in costs. His sentence included 100 hours of community service, which he already has completed.

The Associated Press left a message Tuesday seeking comment from his lawyer. Krumholz earlier pleaded guilty to malicious destruction of a building.

Doors, furniture, fixtures and carpet were badly damaged at Treetops Resort in Dover Township and Boyne Highlands near Petoskey. Both are in northern Michigan.

Treetops estimated $430,000 in costs from the Jan. 17-18 vandalism. Several other Sigma Alpha Mu members were charged.

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