Penn State Police Search Home Of Jack Crawford, Devon Smith, Find Drug Paraphernalia, According To Report

What was found in the apartment belonging to Jack Crawford and Devon Smith?

In an article that was posted on The Daily Collegian, there was a report that Penn St. police have seized drugs and paraphernalia from the on campus apartment of current wide receiver Devon Smith and former defensive end Jack Crawford. According to the article, the police were at the apartment to check on a potential break-in.

When they entered the apartment, officers found a grinder commonly used for grinding marijuana, a scale and multiple blunts in an ash tray. After a search warrant was issued, police seized multiple blunts, a bottle of liquor, a grinder, a scale, a plastic bag with suspected marijuana and prescription drugs.

Currently, Penn State head coach Bill O'Brien says that he is still gathering information on the problem in question and that he will have a comment at a later time.

Smith is currently on the team working through spring practice while Crawford is currently in training for April's NFL Draft.

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