Ex UNC Basketball Will Graves Player Arrested With Weed At Home Owned By Roy Williams | BlackSportsOnline

Ex UNC Basketball Player Arrested With Weed At Home Owned By Roy Williams

by Glenn Erby | Posted on Friday, December 13th, 2013
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Man a dicey week for Roy Williams just got a little more nerve racking for UNC head basketball coach Roy Williams.

Thacover2 is reporting that former Tar Heel player Will Graves was arrested with weed at a home owned by the Tar Heels head coach.

Former UNC basketball player Will Graves is facing drug charges in Chapel Hill after an arrest at a property owned by UNC basketball coach Roy Williams.

According to an arrest report, Graves was charged with one count of possession of marijuana and one count of drug paraphernalia.

Police say Graves consented to a search of the home on Pinehurst Drive on Dec.6.  Officers found marijuana and drug paraphernalia in the home including marijuana “seeds”, “3 blunts” and “2 burnt blunts,” according to the police report.

A UNC spokesperson says Will Graves was finishing his degree at UNC and working as a part-time video coordinator for the basketball team this semester.

UNC says Coach Williams rented the house to Graves, and Graves paid for it.

Roy Williams is aware of the arrest and is “disappointed about it”, according to UNC.  Graves has been in trouble before, being kicked off the team in 2010 for violating team rules.

Will Graves is an idiot.

If you want to be a coach, take the steps to be a coach.  But why on earth would you allow yourself to get with drug paraphernalia in a coaching legends home.

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