Here it is: the indictment against Patriots safety Patrick Chung for alleged cocaine possession. However it is unclear if Chung will personally appear.
The Meredith Police Department, which handled the incident, would not provide comment or additional information to Patriots Wire, citing an active investigation.
Since then, it has been confirmed that the person given the indictment is, in fact, Patrick Chung of the New England Patriots.
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The Patriots said in a statement they are aware of the surprising development involving the former Oregon Ducks' star. There's no apparent connection between Chung and the two arrests mentioned at the top of the story, which came as part of a large drug raid in May.
Cocaine possession in Belknap County is considered a Class B Felony on your first offense, which could carry a maximum penalty of 3 1/2-to-7 years in prison. He was not present at the team's Tuesday practice, after having been a regular participant in practices.
Chung was drafted by New England in the second round of the 2009 draft. He has played in 140 career games, with 110 starts, and has 708 tackles and 11 interceptions.