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Max Hall, Former BYU Quarterback, Arrested For Narcotics Possession, Suspicion of Shoplifting From Best Buy & Wal-Mart

max-hallMax Hall, one of BYU’s all-time passing leaders, was arrested at an Arizona Best Buy over the weekend for shoplifting. Employees caught Hall taking items out of their packaging and putting them in his backpack. When police arrived they also found items stolen from a nearby Wal-Mart as well as drugs. Via KSL:

Officers also found two hypodermic needles, a metal spoon, a lighter and a “personal-use quantity of cocaine” stored in a pill bottle, Sanger said. Hall told the officers he injected himself with the cocaine that morning near the elbow, according to the report.

Hall, who is #2 on BYU’s all-time passing yards list behind Ty Detmer, is currently an offensive coordinator at a local high school. He was cut by the CFL’s Winnipeg Blue Bombers earlier this year.

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