Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly has completed his community service requirements following a December arrest, according to this attorney Thomas Eoannou. Per CBSSports.com:
Kelly was arrested Dec. 21 after getting into a fight with bouncers outside of a night club in Buffalo, N.Y. After reaching a plea agreement in January, Kelly admitted to a charge of disorderly conduct and agreed to perform 50 hours of community service. He was also required to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation.
"Mr. Kelly has done everything he was required to do," Kelly's attorney, Thomas Eoannou, said at a brief hearing Monday. "This case is over. It is behind him as of right now and he's looking forward to playing football."
Kelly transferred to Ole Miss from East Mississippi Community College. Prior to that, he played at Clemson, but was dismissed from the team in 2014.