Three former Texas Christian University football players arrested on drug charges during a raid in February have been sentenced to probation, according to a report on TCU360.com, the university's student website.
Tanner Brock pleaded guilty June 7 to a charge of delivering between a quarter of an ounce and five pounds of marijuana. He received four years probation and must take part in a drug offender education program, pay a $1,200 fine and participate in a DWI impact panel, the site reported.
TCU360.com reported Tyler Horn pleaded guilty to the same charge as Brock and received three years probation and must pay a $300 fine.
David Yendry pleaded guilty to four felony charges of delivery of marijuana between a quarter of an ounce and five pounds and was given three years probation and a $300 fine. He also pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor charges of delivery of marijuana and must serve six months probation. The probationary periods will be served concurrently, the paper reported.
If they fulfill their probation, the charges will be dropped. If they violate their probation, they may spend up to two years in jail and face a $10,000 fine.
Brock and Horn were among 16 charged by the Tarrant County District Attorney after more two dozen people were arrested in connection with the drug sting earlier this year in and around the TCU campus. The arrests came after a six-month investigation prompted by complaints from students, parents and others.