Former UGA tennis coach arrested; head coach's son charged
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ATHENS, Ga. - The former University of Georgia’s tennis assistant head coach has been arrested on drug and theft charges.
The university’s police department has charged Bo Hodge with purchasing a controlled substance and misdemeanor theft by taking.
Hodge was suspended indefinitely back in May after head coach Manny Diaz filed a complaint on May 7, saying he was missing prescription drugs.
Diaz’s son, Alex, is also charged with selling controlled substances.
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