Police in New Orleans are looking for answers in the death of a Georgia Southern student. Twenty-five-year-old Levon Jones died Friday night after a fight with bouncers outside the Razzoo club in New Orleans.
Friends of the GSU senior say a group of bouncers beat and choked him. One witness said that one bouncer choked Jones while three others held him down.
The coroner's office has yet to determine a cause of death, and no arrests had been made.
Reported by: Katie Pike, firstname.lastname@example.org
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