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The Ingham County prosecutor's office did state that they wanted to file charges before finals week, and here they are. The only one on that list that hasn't been mentioned in the news yet is Deane. For some reason he wasn't punished along with the other players in the altercation, I'm guessing there's a bowl game suspension in the cards (Edit: Deane suspension confirmed, check update #2 - PR). The two players who were punished by Dantonio but not charged with assault were Ishmyl Johnson and Brynden Trawick.
In all, the only aspect of these charges that was unexpected was the assault charge against Deane. Hopefully this can be settled quick and we can put this incident in the past. The announced charges could've been a lot worse - according to one victim's attourney 15-20 players were present, meaning that 5-10 more charges could've been filed if adequate proof existed.
The players accused and the charges are:
Roderick Jenrette, 22, of East Lansing; conspiracy and three counts of assault or assault and battery.
Glenn Winston, 20, East Lansing; conspiracy and two counts of assault or assault and battery.
Frederick Smith, 19, Macomb Township; conspiracy and a count of assault or assault and battery.
B.J. Cunningham, 20, Lansing; conspiracy and a count of assault or assault and battery.
Jamiihr Williams, 20, East Lansing; conspiracy and count of assault or assault and battery.
Mark Dell, 20, Lansing; a count of assault or assault and battery.
Ashton Leggett, 20, Muskegon; conspiracy and two counts of assault or assault and battery.
J'Micheal Deane, 23, East Lansing; conspiracy and a count of assault or assault and battery.
Chris L. Rucker, 21, East Lansing; conspiracy and a count of assault or assault and battery.
All nine individuals are charged with conspiracy, which is a misdemeanor with a one-year maximum. The other charges are also misdemeanors, and have a 93-day maximum sentence.
UPDATE #2 - Yup, Deane's been suspended, along with another wide receiver, Chris D. Rucker and defensive back Donald Spencer per The State News. On a related note, if you are an MSU student with a fast 40 time and
good decent two hands, I'd start checking with the football staff about opportunities for a free trip to San Antonio this January.