Tallahassee police overseen Florida State Deondre Francois quarterback for two months trying to sell marijuana, but a raid on the player's home on Thursday resulted in less than an ounce of marijuana, the Orlando Sentinel reported.  Francois, recovering from a torn patellar tendon in his left knee, was not arrested. Francois was charged with false property and was given the opportunity to attend a preparatory rerouting program and pay a fine.
According to the newspaper, Francois told police that marijuana belonged to his girlfriend and the last time he used marijuana in December 2017.
Francois is expected to be the starter of Seminole next season. Florida State Coach Willie Taggart told the newspaper that he had met with Francois after the incident and that the team is handling the situation internally.
"He's still in our football team," said Taggart on Saturday. "We've talked about his responsibility as a student athlete and he understands my expectations and what I'm looking for, especially when it comes to our quarterback."
The newspaper reported that the Tallahassee Police Department had received a tip from someone in a drug case that he had seen a grocery bag full of marijuana in Francois' apartment
The police collected four from the end of February to the beginning of April Paint the trash of Francois. Based on what the police had found in the garbage, they received a search warrant and carried out the raid last Thursday.
The police said they had found plastic bags with cannabis residues, offal blunt cigars in the garbage and in Francois' apartment. a grinder, an instant test cup and three ampoules with analgesics.
Francois must do charitable work as part of the distraction program and avoid any criminal activity for a certain period of time.
"He has to be smart, who is near and close to him and makes good decisions," said Taggart. "I advise him to just make sure he's with his teammates all the time."