Logan Tago was charged with second degree robbery and fourth degree misdemeanor assault after an alleged incident in June that left another man with a concussion.
After being charged with second degree felony robbery and fourth degree misdemeanor assault for an alleged incident that occurred June 4, Washington State linebacker Logan Tago has accepted a plea bargain for third-degree assault, his attorney, Steve Martonick, said Friday.
Martonick said a fourth-degree misdemeanor charge was dismissed and a second-degree felony robbery charge was reduced to third-degree assault.
Tago will serve 30 days in Whitman County jail, perform 240 hours of community service and pay $800 in fines, Martonick said. Tago must begin his jail time by April 1 and fulfill all components of his sentence by Aug. 5, Martonick said.
If Tago, 19, serves his sentence…