WSU LB Logan Tago accepts plea bargain from last summer’s alleged ‘beer stealing’ incident

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…

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