Report: Michigan State's Macgarrett Kings Jr. on probation after April DUI

Thursday August 21st, 2014

Michigan State wide receiver Macgarrett Kings Jr. was arrested on April 6 and charged with driving under the influence and operating while intoxicated, the Detroit Free Press reports.

Kings Jr. was suspended in April for a then-undisclosed violation of team rules. Both of the charges are misdemeanors.

After being sentenced to 13 months' probation in July, Kings pleaded guilty to the DUI charge, while the OWI charge was dropped.

More: 2014 Big Ten preview: Ohio State, Michigan State lead the way​

Kings was reinstated in July and has participated in preseason camp.​

Kings, who caught 43 passes for 513 yards as a starter last season, is listed as a No. 2 receiver, on the Spartans' preseason depth chart.

The Spartans, ranked 8th in the preseason AP Poll, open the season Aug. 29 against Jacksonville State.

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