Former men’s soccer player arrested with almost two pounds of marijuana

Redshirt senior Luke Bray, a defender, was arrested recently with 860 grams of un-smoked cannabis, per the Miami New-Times.

The marijuana, which was in a total of seven bags in the vehicle that Bray was sitting in – a 2000 Mercury Grand Marquis – was not the only thing confiscated by the police.

A total of $2,100 was also taken, including 103 $20 bills.

Bray was charged with possession with intent to sell and possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana, according to the Miami New-Times.  Both charges – felonies in the state of Florida – carry a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a $5,000 fine.

The FIU Athletics department released the following statement on the situation.

“The incident reported on by the Miami New Times is unfortunate. However, Luke Bray is a former member of the FIU men’s soccer program as he has graduated from FIU.”

Bray was one of nine student-athletes from the men’s soccer program at the University to be named to the Conference USA Academic Honor Roll.

Patrick Chalvire also contributed to this report.


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Rhys Williams
: Sports Director, Class of 2016, Physical Education: Coaching (Major), Communication Arts (Minor), Sports Enthusiast with a Focus on Football and Track & Field.

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