Penn State running back has shoplifting charge dropped
Good news for C.J. Holmes, the shoplifting charges against him have been dropped.
It was recently announced that Holmes would be joining Penn State’s football team as a walk-on running back following his dismissal from Notre Dame. Holmes was arrested for shoplifting in December, which led to this charge against him.
Holmes was a four-star member of Notre Dame’s 2017 signing class. He rushed for 32 yards in his only season with the Irish.
Good news. The State of Indiana has filed a motion to dismiss a misdemeanor conversion (shoplifting) charge against C.J. Holmes. The former #NDFB running back was arrested Dec. 15 in Mishawaka. Holmes is reportedly joining Penn State's team as a walk on.https://t.co/xneMVTjNRe pic.twitter.com/Yj4yUEsIvz
— Jude (@andrewwinn) July 3, 2018