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Copelin Pleads Guilty

University of Missouri football player Levi Copelin pleaded guilty to an amended charge of second degree trespassing.Copelin had been charged with possession of less than 35 grams of marijuana in October after being arrested in an MU parking lot behind Faurot Field. Copelin was arrested along with Dorial Green-Beckham and Torey Boozer.Copelin must pay a $200 fine and court costs.Dorial Green-Beckham pleaded guilty in October to a similar amended charge of trespassing. Boozer was scheduled for a disposition hearing Tuesday afternoon, but it has been continued until February 12th.Mizzou spokesman Chad Moller told ABC 17 on November 15th that Green-Beckham, Copelin and Boozer are still a part of the football program.

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