Six Notre Dame players were arrested due to separate incidents that took place Friday and Saturday night in Indiana.
Six Notre Dame players were arrested in separate incidents that took place Friday night and Saturday morning in Indiana, according to CSNChicago.
Five of those players — senior safety Max Redfield, sophomore linebacker Te'von Coney, sophomore running back Dexter Williams, redshirt freshman cornerback Ashton White and freshman receiver Kevin Stepherson — were booked on possession on marijuana charges.
Redfield, Stepherson and Williams were also booked on charges of possessing a handgun without a license. Both of those charges are misdemeanors.
Senior cornerback Devin Butler faces a felony charge after being booked for battery to a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest.
Butler was arrested in South Bend, while the other incident took place in Fulton County.
According to a Notre Dame spokesman Paul Browne, Butler could face dismissal from the school.
"Any student arrested on a felony charge also faces dismissal from the university. The university will determine if additional sanctions should apply to any or all of the students charged," Browne said in a statement.