A teenager who fatally punched a Breese High School student at a party last spring has been sentenced.

David Rands, the prosecutor in the case, said the 17-year-old was sentenced to probation for his role in the death of Jacob Arter in April. Rands said the teen was sentenced for throwing a single punch.

Rands said the 17-year-old will be on probation until he turns 21 and will not be allowed to hunt, use a gun or drink alcohol while on probation. He will not be able to leave the state without court approval.

He was also sentenced to 100 hours of community service and was asked to pay restitution for a headstone and funeral expenses of up to $15,000.