Charges have been dropped against one of the defendant's in the Florida A&M hazing death case.
Prosecutors will not pursue manslaughter and felony hazing charges against Henry Nesbitt.
They say he is the band member who called 911 after the hazing attack that killed Robert Champion of Decatur.
A total of 15 people were charged after his death.
Seven have been sentenced to probation.
Two pleaded no contest to manslaughter and are now awaiting sentencing.