NEW YORK (WCBS 880) – There is another plea deal in the case of the Columbia University drug ring.
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Michael Wymbs‘ plea deal with narcotics prosecutors got him a sentence of five years probation – no jail time.
He had been charged with selling LSD-laced candies and ecstasy pills in what become an open fraternity house drug bazaar at the Ivy League Manhattan school.READ MORE: Kason Parker Arrested In Deadly Stabbing Of 27-Year-Old Meghan Kiefer On Front Lawn Of Coram Home
Judge Michael Sonberg agreed to court-mandated drug treatment for Wymbs as part of his probation.
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His attorney, Michael Bachner, told the judge that Wymbs is back in college going to a CUNY school. The judge approved , saying that those who attended a CUNY school think it’s as good as or better than an Ivy League education.