A spokesperson for the Maricopa (Ariz.) County Attorney's Office told me tonight that no formal charges have been filed yet in the case of former BYU quarterback Max Hall.
As was widely reported Tuesday after news broke in the Arizona Republic, Jerry Cobb confirmed that Hall was arrested, booked and released on suspicion of possessing stolen items and a "personal use quantity of cocaine."
"We anticipate reviewing the investigation and making a charging decision, but at this point no formal charges have been filed," Cobb said Wednesday evening. "A charging decision has not been made."
Hall played for BYU from 2007-09 under head coach Bronco Mendenhall and returned to the program in 2012 as a student assistant coach. He played for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the CFL in 2013 but was cut from the team in June of 2014.<