3 Vols cited after party have charges dropped
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Three Tennessee football players who received citations Feb. 9 in connection with a party have had their charges dropped, while four others have to perform community service to get their charges dismissed under agreements reached this week.
Linebackers Jakob Johnson and Jalen Reeves-Maybin had their charges of providing alcohol to underage people dropped. Defensive lineman Malik Brown had his charge of underage consumption dismissed after paying court costs.
Linebacker Curt Maggitt has to perform 16 hours of community service and in 60 days his charge of providing alcohol to underage people will be dropped. Offensive lineman Dontavius Blair, cornerback Justin Coleman and defensive lineman Dimarya Mixon also must perform 16 hours of community service to have their charges of underage consumption dismissed.