Looks like Gerald Smith, a former wide receiver from the “dark years” is finally making up for his inability to hold onto footballs by holding on to large amounts of “blow.”
Former PSU football player faces drug charges
By Pete Bosak
BELLEFONTE — A former Penn State wide receiver waived felony cocaine delivery charges onto Centre County Court for trial prior to a scheduled preliminary hearing Wednesday.
Gerald Smith, who played wide receiver and spent some time at defensive back from 2000-04, was caught by a State College undercover police officer with 123 grams of cocaine — with an estimated street value of about $12,000 — during an operation in September, according to court documents.
Smith, 26, of 2430 W. Emaus Ave., Allentown, is charged with criminal conspiracy, possession with intent to deliver cocaine, possession of cocaine and criminal use of a communication facility, or using a cell phone to arrange a drug deal.
For more details, see tomorrow’s Centre Daily Times.
From the looks of this, it seems Gerald may have a whole lot more to worry about than just booing/badmouthing by fans on message boards the next time he drops something while in prison…