Johnny Jolly, a defensive end for the Green Bay Packers who has been suspended by the NFL for a prior drug possession case, has been arrested and charged with possession of a narcotic compound containing codeine and other substances, a felony. He was also charged with a felony of concealing codeine while he was being investigated Saturday. Jolly played his college ball at Texas A&M. To read the story click here.
According to court records, the drug charge is First Degree Felony, Possession of a Penalty Group 4 Controlled Substance over 400 grams. First Degree felonies carry a range of punishment of 5-99 years in prison and up to a $10,000 fine.
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