Texas A&M WR suspended forever after arrest

  • Chris Low, ESPN Senior WriterSep 2, 2023, 02:22 PM ET


    • College football press reporter
    • Joined ESPN.com in 2007
    • Graduate of the University of Tennessee

Texas A&M freshman wide receiver Micah Tease has actually been suspended from the group forever per athletic department policy after being arrested Friday on drug charges.The Aggies open their 2023 season Saturday at home versus New Mexico.Tease, an ESPN 300 prospect out of Tulsa, Oklahoma, was charged with having 4 to 400 grams of an illegal drug(edibles), which is a second-degree felony, and a different charge of marijuana belongings(less than 2 ounces), which is a misdemeanor, according to Brazos County prison records. Tease was launched on bail Friday after posting a$13,000 bond.Police responded to a grievance from a homeowner at an apartment complex Friday night

saying that individuals were on the veranda above him speaking about cigarette smoking marijuana and that he then smelled cannabis. The police officers responding stated they might smell marijuana and asked whether they could come in and browse the home. Authorities said the house homeowners rejected their demand to do a search. After getting a search warrant, cops stated they discovered three THC edibles in Tease’s space weighing 48.1 grams and.051 ounces of cannabis in his bathroom garbage can, according to a probable cause statement. Tease was then arrested by university cops, according to prison records.Tease was not one of Texas A&M’s beginning receivers however was expected to get some repeatings. He initially committed to Arkansas before switching to Texas A&M and captured

a touchdown pass in the Aggies’spring game.

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