N.C. State Football Players Plead Guilty To Fraud Charges
Posted March 19, 2003
RALEIGH, N.C. — Two North Carolina State football players have pleaded guilty to misdemeanor financial card fraud, but they will not see any time behind bars.
Prosecutors say Marcus Hudson and Corrie Dawson used another student's all-campus card to buy more than $300 in items from a vending machine.
They will have to complete community service. The convictions will not appear on their record if they follow court orders.
Both players have been suspended indefinitely from the team.