Former QB Max Hall charged with possession of stolen items, cocaine
Quarterback Max Hall spent only two seasons in the NFL.
In 2010, Max Hall was one of three Cardinals quarterbacks to make a start that year, but after going 1-2 that season and then participating in six games in 2011, Hall was out of the league.
Last Friday, Hall was arrested and charged with possession of stolen items and cocaine possession, according to the Arizona Republic.
Police were called to a Best Buy store at 11:30 a.m. Friday where they allegedly found him with several items from the electronics story and a nearby Walmart. According to a Gilbert, Arizona, police spokesman, officers also found a "personal use quantity of cocaine."
Hall played collegiately at BYU.
Former BYU, AZ Cards quarterback Max Hall arrested for shoplifting. Gilbert PD: small amount cocaine also in backpack pic.twitter.com/JpBNb1WEQi— JOE DANA (@JoeDanaReports) September 2, 2014
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