Police Reports Show Casey Pachall Admits To Using Narcotics
Days Before Team Issued Drug Test
According to a police report obtained by TCU360.com TCU quarterback Casey Pachall admitted to police during the arrests made on campus in February that he had used drugs recently.
The confession was part of the investigation and drug bust conducted in February, which led to the arrest of four TCU players. In the report, Pachall spoke with Officer J. Sandoval and Sgt. R. Johnson. Pachall reportedly admitted to the officers during questioning to seeing drugs being taken in the home and used while at his residence last winter. “During parties at the residence he has observed outside people bringing in narcotics and use them while inside the residence,” Sandoval wrote in his report. “I then asked Casey if he had observed any of the actual residents of the house have any narcotics or use any narcotics and Casey replied ‘no’.”
“I then asked Casey if he has every used narcotics? Casey replied that he has used narcotics in the past,” Sandoval continued. “Casey stated that he has smoked marijuana with former teammate Tanner Brock at least once in the past.”
An arrest warrant for TCU safety Devin Johnson revealed that Johnson had told undercover police that 82 players failed a team-issued drug test.
“Due to Casey being a student athlete at TCU I asked if they receive any drug test,” Sandoval wrote. “Casey replied they do and that he failed their most recent one which was right after he had smoked Marijuana last. Casey stated that he smoked Marijuana maybe a day or two prior to test.”
When asked by the officers about any other narcotics use Pachall replied that, “he has used cocaine and ecstasy in the past. Casey stated that he used cocaine possible a year from this date and ecstasy about seven months prior to this date. Both were just a onetime thing and hasn’t done either since.”
TCU’s reporting day for camp is this Sunday August 5th.