Jake Friend
Good behaviour bond for 2 years

Sydney Roosters NRL player Jake Friend has escaped a conviction for possessing a restricted drug, but has been put on a good behaviour bond for two years.

Friend pleaded guilty to the charge of possessing three diazepam Valium tablets and seven diazepam Antenex tablets.

He was found in possession of the tranquilliser drugs by police at Coogee in Sydney’s eastern suburbs on June 5 this year.

Read more at the Sydney Morning Herald

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