Report: Former CMU RB Austin White arrested in hometown Livonia for home invasion, larceny
Former Central Michigan running back Austin White is in trouble with the law yet again.
White, 20, was arrested Monday in his hometown Livonia for alleged home invasion and larceny, the Livonia Observer reports. He pleaded not guilty to both charges Wednesday in 16th District Court.
According to the Observer, White is accused of the June 14 home invasion and stealing of the prescription drug Adderall from a residence on the 16000 block of Golfview in Livonia.
Home invasion faces a maximum charge of 15 years in jail and $3,000 fine, while larceny from a building carries a four-year sentence and $5,000 fine. A preliminary examination is set for July 5.
White is due back in Isabella County Trial Court Friday for a final pretrial hearing following his April arrest on a three-count felony charge of delivering and manufacturing narcotics, possession of narcotics and maintaining a drug house.
He, along with former teammate Joe Sawicki, is alleged to have been growing and selling mushrooms containing the narcotic psilocybin. He pleaded not guilty to each count; Sawicki pleaded guilty.
White was kicked off the CMU football team by head coach Dan Enos following his April arrest. He sat out the 2011 season after transferring from the University of Michigan.
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