At a hearing at the 15th District Court in Ann Arbor Tuesday morning, redshirt sophomore defensive back Khary Crump was sentenced to 12 months of probation and 80 hours of community service for the misdemeanor assault charges filed after the incident in Michigan’s player tunnel.
Out of the seven counts brought against Michigan State players involved in the incident, Crump's was the only felony. His offense was reduced to a misdemeanor as he pled guilty to two misdemeanor charges. In the footage released of the Oct. 29 incident, Crump was seen using a helmet in the fight.
Crump’s record will be wiped clean if he completes probation, thanks to his sentencing under the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act.
Four of the other players charged with misdemeanor assault could have their charges dismissed, according to reporting from the Detroit News and MLive. Junior defensive back Angelo Grose, redshirt sophomore Itayvion Brown, senior defensive lineman Brandon Wright and redshirt junior defensive back Justin White all entered a diversionary program last week. The four could have their charges dismissed after working with the probation office. They are scheduled for another hearing on Feb 24.
The two other players charged with misdemeanors, freshman defensive lineman Zion Young and linebacker/defensive lineman Jacoby Windmon, have yet to enter the diversionary program.