Reports: Oklahoma State's Stevie Clark charged with pot possession
The Cowboys begin league play in just a few days, and this is the second known incident with Clark, a freshman, this season.
New Year's Day brought an arrest tied to the Oklahoma State Cowboys program, according to multiple reports.
Freshman guard Stevie Clark was charged with possession of marijuana and landed in jail Wednesday morning. He's since posted bond and been released.
Clark "was arrested by Edmond Police at 9:57 a.m. today after a traffic stop on I-35 near 33rd street," according to NewsOK.com. "Clark was the passenger in a vehicle pulled over for a seatbelt violation. Clark and the driver, identified as Marcus Ramon Caddell, were arrested for possession of marijuana."
Clark was also suspended earlier this season by OSU coach Travis Ford. Clark has averaged 7.0 points and 3.7 assists in nine games. OSU is 12-1 and heads into the conference season with a No. 6 ranking, its highest in eight years. The team received news Tuesday that it would lose the services of big man Michael Cobbins for the rest of this season.
The Cowboys begin league play Saturday, at Kansas State.
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