Te’von Coney enters into plea agreement for marijuana possession
Observer Sports Staff | Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Senior linebacker Te’von Coney was given a year of probation after pleading guilty to marijuana possession Tuesday at Fulton Superior Court.
Coney was arrested in August 2016 alongside three former Notre Dame football players: wide receiver Kevin Stepherson, safety Max Redfield and cornerback Ashton White. All four individuals were charged with possession of marijuana after an Indiana State Police trooper made a traffic stop in Fulton county.
The Florida native should now be able to play out his final season of eligibility in 2018. Coney led the team in tackles (116) and tackles for loss (13) in 2017, and the 6-foot-1, 238-pound middle linebacker will again play an integral part in anchoring the Irish defense this season as a captain.