Three former TCU football players sentenced for roles in drug scandal

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Posted on July 24, 2012 at 12:18 PM

Updated Tuesday, Jul 24 at 2:19 PM

FORT WORTH - Three former TCU football players arrested in February on drug charges have pleaded guilty and have been sentenced to probation.

Tanner Brock pleaded guilty on June 6 to three charges of delivery of marijuana (greater than 0.25 ounces, but less than five pounds). He was sentenced to four years deferred adjudication probation on each case. Brock's sentences will run concurrently. He was also ordered to pay a $1,200 fine.

Tyler Horn pleaded guilty on June 15 to one charge of delivery of marijuana (greater than 0.25 ounces, but less than five pounds). He was sentenced to three years deferred adjudication and ordered to pay a $300 fine.

David Yendry pleaded guilty on July 20 to four charges of delivery of marijuana (greater than 0.25 ounces, but less than five pounds). He was sentenced to three years of deferred adjudication probation on each case and ordered to pay a $300 fine. Yendry also pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor counts of delivery of marijuana (less than 0.25 ounces), and was sentenced to six months deferred adjudication probation in each of those cases. All sentences will run concurrently.

Deferred adjudication probation means if Brock and Horn complete the terms of their probation, a conviction won't appear on their record. If they violate their probation, they could face up to 180 days to two years in jail and up to a $10,000 fine.

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