LOGAN – Former Utah State University basketball center Jarred Shaw, 23, was booked into the Cache County Jail Thursday night, beginning a 10-day sentence for drug possession charges.
Jail records show that Shaw was booked at 6:00 p.m. He is to remain in jail until Sunday night.
On Monday, 1st District Court Judge Kevin Allen sentenced Shaw to 10 days in jail for third-degree felony marijuana possession charges.
During Monday’s hearing, Judge Allen said he would allow Shaw to complete his sentence on weekends so he can continue his schooling at USU.
Shaw has been ordered to serve his 10-day sentence; three days each weekend for three weekends and then a final day on April 10.
He was also ordered to pay a fine of $533 and will be on probation for 36-months.
Shaw was first arrested December 15, after police responded to a Logan residence and found him and two high school aged girls using drugs. He was originally charged with distribution of a controlled substance, a second-degree felony and possession of drug paraphernalia and contributing to the delinquency of a minor, both misdemeanors.
Shaw was suspended by the USU basketball team, December 16. He was later reinstated after pleading guilty to marijuana possession charges, a third-degree felony on January 3.
Shaw finished his season with the Aggies, March 13 when USU lost to San Diego State 73-39. He is expected to graduate this spring.