Former UW-Whitewater football star faces felony drug charges

WALWORTH CO. -- Former University of Wisconsin-Whitewater running back Levell Coppage now faces multiple felony drug charges.

The charges include manufacture and deliver THC, possession of THC, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Coppage waived his right to a preliminary hearing on Tuesday, October 30th. On the same date, the judge hearing the case against Coppage bound him over for trial.

Coppage holds the UW-Whitewater records for most rushing yards, touchdowns, and touchdowns in a season.

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