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Former HU VP avoids jail time in battery, fondling allegations

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO): There will be no jail time for a former Huntington University vice president who admitted to battery.

Vince Haupert pleaded guilty Tuesday to midsemeanor battery over allegations he fondled a man while he was sleeping in a spare room in Haupert’s home.

RELATED: Ex-Huntington University Administrator charged with battery

Our Partners in News at ABC 21 report Haupert was given a six-month suspended sentence and allowed to return to California to continue ongoing rehabilitation treatment.

Haupert resigned from his role as Vice President for Advancement at the Christian university in August.

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