Two Central Michigan players arrested for retail fraud, robbery and marijuana

Report, themorningsun.com, two Central Michigan football players were arrested for retail fraud, robbery and marijuana.

Central Michigan University wide receiver Andrew Flory has been offered a plea deal if he does the following: pleads to marijuana possession, second degree retail fraud and if he agrees to testify against teammate Ryan Pruche in a related criminal case stemming from the theft of DVDs at a Wal-Mart.

Oruche was arrested at a Wal-Mart on June 7 for second degree retail fraud after walking out of the store with $247 worth of items that he had not paid for, according to an affidavit filed by a Michigan State Police trooper.

According to a Central Michigan Athletics Official, Flory was suspended indefinitely for violating team rules and Oruche has left the program on his own volition.

This is truly a sad story as we want our student athletes to compete and feel as if they are the best in their respective positions while at the same time now developing a sense of being greater than/entitlement complex.  Please young men, be upright and humble representatives of your schools and mentors to the younger generations.