Derrell Johnson-Koulianos: Iowa Hawkeyes Receiver Arrested on Drug Charges

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Derrell Johnson-Koulianos: Iowa Hawkeyes Receiver Arrested on Drug Charges
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Derrell Johnson-Koulianos: Iowa Hawkeyes Receiver Arrested on Drug Charges

Breaking News: Iowa Hawkeyes senior wide receiver Derrell Johnson-Koulianos was arrested on Tuesday evening on multiple drug charges.

According to The Gazette, Johnson-Koulianos and his roommate Brady Cooper Johnson were taken into custody on Tuesday afternoon after officers executed a search warrant as part of a drug investigation, criminal complaints state.

Johnson-Koulianos faces seven misdemeanor charges including possession of controlled substances, unlawful possession of prescription drugs and keeping a drug house.

Police found several thousand dollars in cash along with marijuana, cocaine and prescription drugs such as Dilaudid, Diazepam, Hydroxyzine Pamoate and Zolpidem Tartrate.

The Gazette reports that "Johnson is accused of selling 'large amounts' of marijuana, investigators wrote in a criminal complaint. These are misdemeanors except for the possession with intent to deliver, which is a Class D felony with a maximum sentence of five years."

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