Suspended University of Oregon quarterback Jeremiah Masoli is again in trouble with the law after a Springfield police officer stopped his vehicle and cited him Monday night on charges of possessing less than one ounce of marijuana, driving with a suspended license and failure to stop at a driveway or a sidewalk.
Masoli is scheduled to appear in Springfield Municipal Court on June 24, a court spokeswoman said. All three charges are non-criminal violations.
Masoli, 21, was suspended for the upcoming season in March after he pleaded guilty in Lane County Circuit Court to breaking into a fraternity house.
A UO athletic department spokesman had no immediate comment on Masoli’s latest brush with the law when contacted this morning.
Read more in Thursday’s Register-Guard.