Ferrell, Robinson enter pretrial diversion program

Indiana guards Yogi Ferrell and Stanford Robinson have entered into a pretrial diversion program stemming from their April arrests for consumption of an alcoholic beverage by a minor and possession of a false identification.

Monroe County Chief Deputy Prosecutor Bob Miller said the cases against Ferrell and Robinson will be dismissed provided they have no other run-ins with the law in the coming year. Ferrell and Robinson will be required to attend alcohol education classes and will need to complete a set amount of community service hours.

Ferrell, a junior, and Robinson, a sophomore, were arrested by Indiana State Excise Police early on the morning of April 25 after allegedly attempting to enter Kilroy’s Sports Bar using fake IDs. They were issued summonses and released.