No jail time for man in teen's post-fight death

A man avoided jail time for his part in the beating of a Detroit teenager who later died from a heart condition.

Zaid Ray on Monday received a special probationary status under
a program for youth offenders that will allow his involuntary manslaughter conviction to be wiped from his record if he complies
with terms.

Macomb County Circuit Judge Edward Servitto granted the 20-year-old Madison Heights resident three years' probation under the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act, which provides a second chance for
offenders aged 17 to 20.

Authorities say Ray and others chased down and beat 18-year-old
Nathan McMillon in a fast food parking lot about a year ago in Warren.

The Macomb Daily reports (http://bit.ly/LwBIaL) McMillon died that night from a pre-existing heart condition made worse by the excitement.


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