BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — An Indiana prosecutor has offered Ohio State star cornerback Bradley Roby the opportunity to enter a pretrial diversion program that could result in a misdemeanor assault charge being dismissed.
Roby was arrested this summer after an altercation outside a Bloomington bar. It was alleged that he made contact with an employee of the bar while being refused re-admittance after he had been taken outside in the wake of a fight.
Chief Deputy Prosecutor Bob Miller said Roby, a pivotal player in the Buckeyes’ hopes in 2013, has yet to indicate whether he will accept the offer. Miller said the deal is available to first-time, misdemeanor violators and would require the charge to be dismissed if Roby isn’t arrested in the next year.
Ohio State football spokesman Jerry Emig said the team had no comment.
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