Update Friday, 11:31 am:
Charges against Tennessee linebacker AJ Johnson and former vol Isaac Mobley will be dropped if he stays out of trouble for 90 days.
Johnson and former vol Isaac Mobley were in court Friday morning.
Knox County deputies arrested Johnson, Mobley, former vol Dontavius Sapp, and current UT linebacker Daniel O'Brien when they broke up a party at Sapp's apartment Feb. 9.
Officials charged Johnson with buying alcohol for minors and resisting arrest. Former player Isaac Mobley admitted to underage drinking and was also arrested.
Under the plea deal, Johnson and Mobley must complete 24 hours of community service, pay court costs, and stay out of trouble for 90 days. If they completes all these requirements, officials will drop the charges from their records. Mobley must also complete alcohol treatment classes.
According to court documents, Sapp and O'Brien reached a deal with prosecutors on Thursday to have the charges dropped from their records in six months, after the completion of community service hours. Sapp must perform 32 hours of community service, and O'Brien must complete 40 hours.
All charges against a former and current UT football player will be dropped in exchange for community service.
Former Vol Dontavius Sapp was charged with resisting arrest and supplying alcohol to minors when Knox County Sheriff's deputies showed up at a party at his apartment on February 9. Several current Vols were in attendance, including Daniel O'Brien, a linebacker who was charged with criminal impersonation for providing a fake ID, along with resisting arrest and underage consumption charges.
According to court documents, Sapp and O'Brien reached a deal with prosecutors on Thursday to have the charges dropped from their records in six months, after the completion of community service hours. Sapp must perform 32 hours of community service, O'Brien 40 hours.
Another current Vol, linebacker AJ Johnson, was charged with buying alcohol for minors and resisting arrest charges. Former player Isaac Mobley admitted to underage drinking and was also arrested. They are set to appear in court Friday.
Coach Butch Jones released a statement the day of the incident, saying "We are aware of the situation and are still in the preliminary stages of gathering all facts and information. We have very high standards and expectations within our football program at the University of Tennessee, and appropriate action will be taken." The University has not released any further comment on the arrests.