Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Marshall Football: Angelo Jean-Louis Sentenced to Community Service

First reported by Huntington Herald Dispatch columnist Chuck Landon, Marshall wide receiver Angelo Jean-Louis was sentenced yesterday on three felony charges stemming from an April arrest.

Appearing in Cabell County magistrate court, Jean-Louis was sentenced to 500 hours of community service and enrolled into a six-month pretrial diversion program. The diversion program requires that Jean-Louis stay out of legal trouble for the duration of his sentence. If he fails to comply, Jean-Louis could be tried on all three felony charges.

One of the top prospects in Marshall’s 2013 recruiting class, Jean-Louis was arrested on April 9th after using a stolen credit card at a 7-Eleven near campus. He was also found with a stolen cell phone.

According to Landon, Jean-Louis is on track to be eligible for the 2014 season. 

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