4 charged in party where Alabama football player died

FERNANDINA BEACH, Fla. (AP) - Authorities say four people have been charged with allowing underage drinking at a house party where a University of Alabama football player died.

Fernandina Beach Police said Thursday at least 16 people under 21 years old either drank or used illegal drugs while attending the May 12 party.

Police say 21-year-old Aaron Douglas was found dead on a balcony of the home. He had been vacationing in the area and apparently was invited to the party.

Those charged include 22-year-old Neal Clements, 21-year-old Nathanial Flanders, 24-year-old Daniel Stouter and 23-year-old Dana Luberto.

Douglas was a former player for Tennessee and played last season at Arizona Western Community College. He transferred to Alabama in January.

An autopsy showed multiple drugs in his system.

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