We’re once again in the time of the year when the days without an arrest meter gets tripped more often.
Zionsville police were responding to a noise complaint early this morning, and while there, they found marijuana on the premises.
He has some background in this area, as he was arrested for possession of marijuana while at Ball State.
The 2014 fifth-rounder was reportedly cooperative with police, and the charges themselves aren’t that major. But it will land him in the league’s substance abuse program, and subject him to further testing.