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ASU football's Davon Durant sentenced to supervised probation

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Davon Durant (Photo courtesy of the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office)

Suspended ASU football linebacker Davon Durant was sentenced to two years of supervised probation with domestic violence terms for a misdemeanor count of disorderly conduct on Monday. 

Durant was initially charged on one count of felony aggravated assault and three misdemeanor counts, but the other charges were dropped with Durant pleading guilty to the one count. He must enroll in domestic violence classes. 

He was suspended indefinitely by ASU football after the incident. The Arizona Republic reported Durant received a letter from ASU saying he was expelled from the University, and the appeal, heard May 29, has not been decided yet.

Durant was arrested in March on suspicion of assaulting his girlfriend, Kelsi Langley, who later recanted her claim to police and held a press conference to reiterate her support for Durant. 

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