A former Tennessee offensive lineman has been sentenced to two months in jail.
Mack Crowder, a former Tennessee offensive lineman, was sentenced today to two months in jail. Crowder, 23, was initially arrested back in February. Four of the five charges that Crowder initially faced, however, have been dismissed.
He pleaded guilty to "unlawful use of a communication device."
From the Knoxville News Sentinel:
Sgt. Spencer Gross of the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office said Crowder faced five charges when arrested in February 2016. Four of those charges were for sending four nude photos to someone he thought was a minor.
"Those charges were dismissed by the state's attorney (for Pinellas County)," Gross said.
Crowder pleaded guilty Friday to unlawful use of a communication device. He was ordered to spend three years on probation.
You can read the Knoxville News Sentinel's full story here.