Drug charge for suspended KU forward Bragg

According to the court, Bragg's first appearance in municipal court is at 10 a.m. February 14.

Kansas forward Carlton Bragg, who was suspended indefinitely last Thursday, has been charged with the possession of drug paraphernalia, according to multiple reports Monday morning.

Court administrator Vicki Stanwix confirmed that Bragg was given a notice to appear in court after police said they found two glass smoking devices with residue inside. Self noted that the suspension was not connected to the alleged incident in McCarthy Hall on December 17th.

Last Friday, Jayhawks' head coach Bill Self said Bragg was suspended from the Jayhawks indefinitely last Friday for violating team rules.

According to a Lawrence city ordinance, possession of drug paraphernalia is a misdemeanor that can be punished by a fine of $200 to $2,500 with a possible jail term of up to one year.

The University of Kansas Police Dept.is now investigating a reported rape of a 16-year-old girl at the all-male residence hall where roughly half of the men's basketball team lives.

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