Former Kentucky safety Marcus Walker was dismissed from the team less than a week after his arrest.
In records obtained by Joe Mussatto of SEC Country, the former Kentucky safety had more than $95,000 cash in his townhouse. Along with the cash, police found more than five pounds of marijuana and 52.86 grams of suspected cocaine powder. When police arrived at the scene, they saw clear bags in plain view, “approximately the size of a soccer ball full of marijuana.”
Former Kentucky safety Marcus Walker found with $95,000 before arrest on drug trafficking charges https://t.co/EVlwSjQPo1 #BBN pic.twitter.com/imOuL8bQIq
— SEC Country Kentucky (@SECCountryUK) June 13, 2018
This guy is a business man, unfortunately for him, that kind of business will put you behind bars.
All individuals in America have the right to be presumed innocent, Marcus Walker is no exception. After being made aware of comments by @KySportsRadio on today’s show, it’s alarming that a fellow attorney would use his platform to prejudge our client prior to allowing
— Abe Mashni (@abemashni) June 13, 2018