CMU football players charged with retail fraud - WNEM TV 5

CMU football players charged with retail fraud

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Two Central Michigan University football players are facing retail fraud charges and at this point, won't be hitting the field in the fall.

Junior wide receiver Andrew Flory and defensive back Ryan Oruche are accused of stealing $500 worth of DVDs and snacks from Walmart.

According to CM Life, Flory is charged with two counts of second-degree retail fraud and one count of possession of marijuana. That's according to Isabella County Trial Court records. He has been suspended from the team indefinitely for violation of team rules.

Flory finished second among CMU receivers last season with 32 catches for 384 yards and two touchdowns.

Oruche was charged with one count of unarmed robbery and two counts of second-degree retail fraud. He has left the football program.

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