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Ok. St. DB charged with drug-related misdemeanor

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Boy, it has not been a good 24 hours for college football players, has it? Nor has it been rainbows and puppies for Oklahoma State recently.

The Cowboys have already dealt with — and by dealt with, I mean dismissed — former running back Herschel Sims after he allegedly stole $700 from a teammate’s checking account. Now, Mike Gundy has another player in trouble, though the crime likely won’t result in any sort of dismissal or offseason suspension.

The Oklahoman reports that sophomore safety Isaac Maselera was charged Thursday with a misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. “The alleged offense occurred Monday,” the paper reads, “when campus police reported finding a metal grinder used for marijuana in Maselera’s dorm room, according to court documents.”

Maselera must appear in court by July 13 or he faces potentially one year in jail.

The defensive back played in nine games as a true freshman last season, primarily on special teams.

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5 Responses to “Ok. St. DB charged with drug-related misdemeanor”
  1. bertenheim says: Jun 30, 2012 8:43 PM

    I’m sure there’s a good reason: Why were the campus police in his dorm room?

  2. foreverlsu says: Jun 30, 2012 10:43 PM

    Stay classy, Big 12

  3. wakiash says: Jul 1, 2012 10:04 AM

    Much ado about nothing. It is not like he is dealing in hard drugs (AKA Charles Thompson winding up in orange anyway) or keeping guns in dorms and raping women (OU was always such a classy program in the ’80’s!)

    This is just a slap on he wrist charge!!!

  4. jimbo75025 says: Jul 2, 2012 1:57 AM

    A year for having a pot grinder? I am sure that bed in prison could not be put to better use……

  5. usmcbronzestar says: Jul 3, 2012 10:17 AM

    Talk about someone living in the past! Charles Thompson? Turn off your eight-track player and wake up!

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