Published: Thu, August 22, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Patriots' Patrick Chung indicted on cocaine charge in New Hampshire

Patriots' Patrick Chung indicted on cocaine charge in New Hampshire

Patriots safety Patrick Chung was indicted August 8 in Belknap County, N.H., for felony possession of cocaine, according to the Belknap County attorney's office.

The indictment stems from an incident that unfolded on June 25 at Chung's $1 million home in Meredith, a law enforcement source told 7NEWS. No one else was charged in the incident.

Chung is scheduled to be arraigned in Belknap Superior Court in New Hampshire next Wednesday, Mortensen adds. Officers responding to an alarm call found cocaine on a table inside.

Chung has been with the Patriots from 2009 to 2012 and 2014 to present.

Chung has not played in the preseason.

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Cocaine possession is considered a Class B felony, which can carry a potential prison term of 3.5 to seven years.

The Patriots issued a statement saying they were aware of the reports but would not comment further while "judicial proceedings take place".

WCVB in Boston reports Chung was not at Patriots practice Tuesday. During that span he has played in 140 career games, amassing 708 tackles and 11 interceptions with three Super Bowl rings. The 32-year-old safety has 11 interceptions and 4.5 sacks during his 10-year National Football League career.

Chung has played for the Patriots for nine of his 10 National Football League seasons, with one year spent with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2013.

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