Otto Warmbier was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor in North Korea in March 2016, after he was arrested two months earlier for allegedly attempting to take a propaganda poster from his hotel.

In a timeline of events from the Enquirer, Otto Warmbier’s journey is catalogued from his arrest Jan. 2, 2016 to his eventual return to his native Ohio in a coma, and his death June 19, 2017.

Would-be milestone events in Warmbier’s life include his scheduled graduation from college May 21, 2017. Instead of getting his degree from the University of Virginia, Warmbier spends his 494th day in North Korea.

Warmbier was released on June 13 and reported to have been in a coma since March 2016. Days later, on June 19, his family releases a statement announcing Warmbier has passed away. The statement, in part, reads, “He was at peace. He was home and we could sense that.”