Tennessee freshman in process of getting underage drinking charge expunged
Former Alpharetta High School standout and current Tennessee defensive lineman Andrew Butcher made a freshman mistake.
Now he’s been granted a second chance and has a the opportunity to get the charge of underage drinking expunged from his record. According to KnoxNews.com‘s Dustin Dopirak, Butcher has already paid a court fine and must now complete 24 hours of community service.
Butcher was found running around – as opposed to driving around – I-40. Local police found him and arrested him.
Butcher was initially charged with underage consumption, public intoxication and violating a controlled access roadway, but his charges of public intoxication and violating a controlled access roadway were dropped.
Andrew Butcher took the standard offer on his underage consumption charge. 24 hours community service, alcohol awareness class. Court costs.
— Dustin Dopirak (@TennesseeBeat) September 10, 2015