Seth Fontenot is now back home after being released from the LaSalle Correctional Center last night, KATC-TV reported Sunday.
Fontenot’s attorney Thomas Guilbeau confirmed that he was released from the center at midnight.
Guilbeau said he was picked up by his sister and a friend and taken back home.
Fontenot was released on good behavior after serving ten and a half months.
He was convicted of manslaughter in the 2013 death of 15-year-old Austin Rivault.
Now Guilbeau says Fontenot and his family are focusing on getting him settled and back into school.