Former student receives probation for drug charges
Former student Alex Hofmann who was arrested on drug charges in February pleaded guilty and was sentenced to probation yesterday.
Hofmann pleaded guilty on July 26 to two charges of delivery of marijuana in an amount of more than a quarter of an ounce and greater than five pounds and one charge of delivery of marijuana in an amount of less than a gram. He was sentenced to four years probation and must pay a $400 fine as well as court costs. He must also complete 360 hours of community service with no less than 20 hours per month.
Hofmann is now the fourth person associated with the February drug arrests to recieve probation.
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