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PSU's Sean Stanley cited for disorderly conduct, his second run-in with law

November 16, 2010 - Cory Giger
Penn State sophomore defensive end Sean Stanley was cited Friday for disorderly conduct for urinating in public, the second Nittany Lion player charged with the same offense in a few days. .

A court document obtained Tuesday by the Mirror lists Friday as the offense date. Running back Silas Redd was cited for public urination Monday morning.

This is Stanley's second run-in with the law this season. He was charged Oct. 18 with marijuana possession after police found it in his apartment Sept. 28. He was suspended for two games for that incident.

This is now strike two in a short period of time for Stanley. What's perhaps even more disturbing than him getting in trouble a second time is that it occurred the day before one of the biggest games of the season.

When he should be getting focused on playing a huge game, Stanley instead is out causing mischief. That's troubling.

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