Former Auburn football player enrolls in diversion program for marijuana possession

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Posted: Thursday, December 12, 2013 4:58 pm | Updated: 6:08 pm, Thu Dec 12, 2013.

A former Auburn football player who was kicked off the team following his arrest on marijuana possession charges has chosen to participate in a program that enables him to avoid trial.

Demetruce McNeal, who was dismissed from the team Aug. 17, entered a pre-trial diversion program where he would attend court-mandated classes and complete 20 hours of community service. The charge will be dropped if McNeal, a first-time offender, completes all the program requirements.

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