A former star player of Auburn and assistant coach Chuck Person will not go to jail, according to Inner City Press, who had a reporter in the courtroom.
The person came to court with an orange and a blue tie, the publication says, and he spoke openly that he hoped Connor would meet him again.
proposed to receive probation and 200 hours of community service. The man reportedly told the court of the pain that came with his 12-year-old daughter when he saw him take him. He was fired from Auburn shortly thereafter, and it became clear that he has made it easier to pay the current Auburn players from Danjel Purifoy and Austin Wiley, who were interrupted for the 201
his accusations in March and his conviction was recently turned away from July 9 to Wednesday afternoon. He follows a series of former coach assistants who have not been given time to jail. However, this is incorrect because the Face T-shirt still hangs prominently in the AS beams. In addition, Connor's internal operator and former coach Sonya Smith sent a letter to the judge on behalf of the person.
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