Somebody cue up the Fulmer Cup siren, because Iowa State is on the board.
Wide receiver Jauan Wesley was found in a car with marijuana and charged for operating while intoxicated by Iowa State University Police late Tuesday night. He has been suspended indefinitely from any team activities while the legal process plays out.
According to information from police documents acquired by Ames Tribune, police were called to a parking lot to investigate a suspicious drug action 12:30 a.m. Tuesday. Two passengers were discovered in the vehicle and Wesley was the driver. Police had Wesley go through a sobriety test and administered a urine sample for further testing. That test was returned with a preliminary positive test for THC, a chemical found in marijuana. One passenger was charged for drug possession of a controlled substance.
“We are aware of the charges filed against Jauan, and we are disappointed,” Iowa…
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