LITTLE ROCK (KTHV) – A former Arkansas Razorback star running back pled guilty to using a communication device to facilitate a drug offense in U.S. District Court on Wednesday.
Cedric Cobbs, 34, was one of 33 people indicted in an oxycodone conspiracy in October of 2014. On Wednesday, Cobbs admitted he sold oxycodone pills to the head of the conspiracy, Charolda Walton.
Former Razorback involved in Oxycodone drug ring
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Federal prosecutors say more than 30 people have been charged in an oxycodone drug ring in Arkansas.
The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports Monday’s announcement of the 33 people charged with conspiring to distribute oxycodone includes former Razorback and NFL running back Cedric Cobbs.
He’s also been charged with using a communication device in furtherance of drug trafficking. A message (more…)