Former Idaho Springs football coach faces pot charges
IDAHO SPRINGS, Colo. – A football coach in Idaho Springs who resigned after smoking marijuana on campus now faces criminal charges.
Tony Villani resigned from his job coaching football and teaching social studies at Clear Creek High School on Jan. 4. He’s acused of smoking marijuana on campus in December. No students were involved.
Villani faces two misdemeanor marijuana charges. He had a state-issued medical marijuana card, but the use of the drug os banned on campus.
Villani’s arraignment is scheduled for Feb. 23.
Information from: KUSA-TV, http://www.9news.com