Monday, July 8, 2013

Marshall Football: Angelo Jean-Louis to Receive Community Service

According to a weekend report by Huntington Herald Dispatch columnist Chuck Landon, Marshall University wide receiver Angelo Jean-Louis will be sentenced to community service following an April arrest.

Jean-Louis was arrested on April 9th and charged with theft of a cell phone, credit card, and fraudulent use of a credit card. He spent seven hours in the Western Regional Jail that morning before being released on bond.

Jean-Louis signed a letter of intent with Miami out of Florida’s Palm Beach Central High School in 2012 but did not have the grades to qualify for admittance. One of ESPN’s top 150 recruits, he attended Fork Union Military Academy last fall and enrolled at Marshall in January.

Landon is also reporting that Jean-Louis will sit out the upcoming football season as a academic non-qualifier. 

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