Two Ohio University Football Players Suspended

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Ohio University suspended two football players from the team indefinitely after they were charged with drug trafficking.

Greg Windham, 19, and Lorenzo Donnell Fisher, 21, were arrested Wednesday.

Windham was indicted on an aggravated drug trafficking charge. He pleaded not guilty in court on Thursday.

Prosecutor Keller Blackburn said Windham is accused of selling 4-methylethcathinone (4-MEC), which is also known as "molly". Molly is a powdered version of the pill ecstasy.

Fisher faces four counts of drug trafficking charges. He is also accused of selling the drug molly. Fisher pleaded not guilty in court Thursday.

Both players have jury trials scheduled in early November.

The Athens City Police Department and the Ohio University Police Department investigated the case.

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