FAR EASTERN University center Anthony Hargrove and reserve Adam Mohammed have been released from prison without charges but faces expulsion from the Tamaraws roster, four days after being arrested for alleged possession of marijuana.
FEU coach Nash Racela said police didn’t file charges against Hargrove and Mohammed, who were released on Friday night after being detained for three days at the Manila Police District Station 4 in Sampaloc, Manila.
Despite the release, Racela said that FEU will still investigate the issue.
“FEU will conduct its own investigation on the matter,” said Racela in an SMS message.
Racela hinted that the status of Hargrove and Mohammed remains a question mark.
When asked by Spin.ph if Hargrove and Mohammed will remain with the team, Racela said: “Investigate muna.”
The American Hargrove and Mohammed, a Canadian serving residency in the Tams' Team B squad, were nabbed by police authorities while smoking along Nicanor Reyes St. corner CM Recto, just a stone throw away from the FEU campus.
When they checked on the two, police found a cigarette and sachet which they suspected contained marijuana.
Hargrove suited up for the Tamaraws last season and was part of the starting five for the most part of the campaign that saw them barely miss out on a Final Four berth.