Brandon Johnson enters not guilty plea
SAN DIEGO -- A well-known former University of San Diego basketball player has made an appearance in federal court in a sports bribery case.
USD's all-time leading scorer Brandon Johnson pleaded not guilty at his arraignment Monday, then returned home to Houston. He is free on a $25,000 bond and was appointed a local public defender, Oliver Cleary.
Johnson was arrested without incident April 9 in Houston.
The indictment alleges that Johnson took a bribe to influence a USD game ...
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