Former Illini assistant Howard fined for drug offense

Former Illini assistant Howard fined for drug offense

According to a report in the Peoria Journal Star, former Illini player and assistant coach Jerrance Howard pleaded guilty to misdemeanor drug possession in Peoria County last summer.

Howard, an assistant coach at Kansas, paid a $1,178.26 fine and placed on six months court supervision for unlawful possession of cannabis, a class B misdemeanor after his arrest in July 2014.

Howard’s probation ends Friday.

Here’s more from the Peoria Journal Star’s report.

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BruckJr wrote on February 11, 2015 at 6:02 pm

Can Quinn pardon him?

CecilColeman wrote on February 11, 2015 at 7:02 pm

Gee he was such a great recruiter; all those Bruce Weber recruits who Groce encouraged to transfer.......taking a Final Four program and sinking it into oblivion in just a few years...............

ERE wrote on February 11, 2015 at 10:02 pm
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Finally i understand his nickname "Snaks"...munchies!!