The last time we were talking about suspended Ohio cornerback Larenzo Fisher, the junior was being arrested on four charges of aggravated trafficking in drugs, alongside teammate Greg Windham, for allegedly selling MDMA (ecstasy). That was back in late August, and since then not much has been heard of Fisher, and his ongoing legal battle.
Until today. It appears that Fisher has found himself back in hot water with Athens officials after running into law enforcement twice on Dec. 28, including one misdemeanor arrest.
According to the Athens Messenger that morning Fisher, who is currently out on 10 percent of a $10,000 bond stemming from his August arrest, was cited around 7:30 a.m. for disorderly conduct while he was intoxicated. Less than 12 hours later Fisher once again ran into afoul of the law, and was cited for driving without a valid driver's license. to make matters worse police are alleging that when he was arrested for disorderly conduct he was found possessing property that had previously been reported stolen.
Now the Athens County Prosecutor's Office has filed a motion seeking to revoke Fisher's bond from his felony drug case. If that happens Fisher would remain in custody until his trail. Originally his trial had been scheduled for November, but the date has been stayed and no knew date has been scheduled.
all in all it's been a bumpy couple of months for the former starting cornerback. Before his August arrest Fisher was scheduled to miss the first two games of Ohio's 2013 season due to a suspension for a misdemeanor assault arrest.