February 21, 2018

Houston Texans D’Onta Foreman Has Charges Dropped with a Plea Deal

Houston Texans running back D’Onta Foreman had charges stemming from an arrest prior to the start of training camp dropped by prosecutors on January 22.

University of Texas campus police found a gun and marijuana in his vehicle on July 16th after a report that the smell of marijuana was near on of the residence halls on campus.

Foreman pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor count of disorderly conduct for making unreasonable noise according to his attorney. His initial charges for the arrest was unlawful carrying of a weapon and marijuana possession of two ounces or less. By pleasing to the lesser charge, if Foreman can stay out of trouble the charge will be dropped after 90 days.

Formean legally owned the hand gun and one of the three friends with the Texans running back claimed the marijuana was theirs.

The Texans 3rd round pick had a slow start to his rookie season but in 10 games he rushed for 327 yards and two touchdowns. Foreman was lost for the season after tearing his achilles against the Arizona Cardinals in his break out game of the season rushing for 65 yards on 10 carries with 2 touchdowns.


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