Former Ole Miss player, 2 others plead guilty to lesser charges in assault caseBy AP
Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Former Miss. player pleads guilty in assault case
STARKVILLE, Miss. — Former Mississippi football signee Jamar Hornsby and two others have pleaded guilty to misdemeanor simple assault in a 2009 attack on a man at a McDonald’s restaurant in Starkville.
The three — Hornsby, Darrell Cartez Simmons and Robert Nelson Jordan — entered the pleas Monday in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court.
The Starkville Daily News reports that Circuit Judge Jim Kitchens sentenced each of them to six months in jail, fined each $200 and ordered each of them to pay $2,362 to the victim for his medical bills.
The three had initially be charged with aggravated assault, a felony.
Ole Miss football Coach Houston Nutt released Hornsby from his national letter of intent in July 2009.
Information from: Starkville Daily News, www.starkvilledailynews.com
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