$22,000, drugs found in SWOSU players' rooms
Approximately $22,000 cash was found Friday in the rooms of two Southwestern Oklahoma State University football players who were subsequently arrested on drug charges, Major Todd Doyals of the Wea-therford Police Department said Tuesday.
A former player who was living off campus with them also was arrested. Doyals said a small amount of cash was found in his room.
The trio included senior running back Delano Walker Jr. from Lawton High School, who Doyals said was the team’s starting tailback this year. The biggest chunk of cash, approximately $15,000, was allegedly found in his room.