A second former North Dakota State football player has pleaded guilty to felony theft in connection with a theft ring at a Best Buy store in Fargo.
Garrett Johnson was sentenced Monday to the two days he had already served in jail, 50 hours of community service, 18 months of supervised probation and a $500 fee.
In June, former player Greg Reid Jr. pleaded guilty to theft and was given a suspended jail sentence and probation.
Twelve people are charged in the case, which authorities say involves as much as $150,000 in merchandise taken from the store between last September and February.
Johnson, a defensive end from Chaska, Minn., and Reid, a defensive tackle from Milwaukee, Wis., were dismissed from the team in April. [Grand Forks Herald]
Tuesday, August 03, 2010
Ex-North Dakota State football player pleads guilty in ND theft ring
This is for the people that haven't seen this. It will be interesting to see how the NDSU Bison fans over on Belligerentville spin this. Crickets chirping...