IU’s Davis Suspended For Possession of Pot

IU’s Davis Suspended For Possession of Pot

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Indiana University basketball player Devin Davis was suspended from all team activities after found in marijuana possession Monday night.

According to the IU Police Department, police received a complaint of marijuana smoke just after 8 p.m. in Hickory Hall at the Union Street Center.

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Police went to the second floor apartment, and they asked for permission to search it.

Officers found marijuana in a backpack, and Davis was cited for possession of marijuana under 30 grams.

Davis was not placed under arrest.

According to a statement released by the IU men’s basketball team, Davis has been suspended from all team activities. Any additional action related to Davis’ status will occur after further review of this matter.

According to IU Assistant Athletics Director JD Campbell, “We have been made aware that Indiana sophomore Devin Davis was cited by IUPD for possession of marijuana in an IU dormitory room last evening.  Effective immediately, Davis has been suspended from all team activities.”

Campbell also stated, “Any additional action related to Davis’ status will occur after further review of this matter.  We understand that junior Hanner Mosquera-Perea was present at the time of the incident but was not charged by IUPD.  Mosquera-Perea’s role, if any, will also be reviewed as part of this matter.”

 

The statement also revealed that  junior Hanner Mosquera-Perea was present at the time of the incident but was not charged by IUPD. Mosquera-Perea’s role, if any, will also be reviewed as part of this matter.

Davis is a junior on the IU basketball team, but he missed the entire 2014-2015 seasonafter he was hit by a car in October 2014 driven by his teammate Emmitt Holt.

Davis is from Indianapolis and he graduated from Warren Central High School.

Mosquera-Perea is also an IU basketball player. He was arrested in February of 2014 for operating while intoxicated. Police say his BAC was .15, twice the legal limit. Coach Tom Cream later announced he was suspended indefinitely from the team. He remained on the Men’s Basketball roster for the 2014-2015 season.