Oregon men’s basketball guard Damyean Dotson reaches deferred prosecution agreement for false ID charge

Oregon sophomore guard Damyean Dotson (21) high-fives his teammates as his name is called before the start of the game. The Oregon Ducks play the USC Trojans at Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene, Ore. on Feb. 1, 2014. (Ryan Kang/Emerald)

Oregon sophomore guard Damyean Dotson (21) high-fives his teammates as his name is called before the start of the game. The Oregon Ducks play the USC Trojans at Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene, Ore. on Feb. 1, 2014. (Ryan Kang/Emerald)

Posted by Victor Flores on Friday, Apr. 11 at 4:00 pm.

Oregon men’s basketball sophomore guard Damyean Dotson reached a deferred prosecution agreement Friday afternoon at the Eugene Municipal Court. He was charged with possessing a false identification at Taylor’s Bar and Grill in February.

If Dotson, represented by Eugene-based attorney Jesse Lohrke, meets all conditions of the agreement by Oct. 13, his charge will be dismissed.

The conditions of Dotson’s DPA include a $300 court fee, which Dotson said he plans to pay over time by Oct. 13. He also must attend an eight-hour education class, which includes a $60 fee. He cannot commit any similar offenses to his false ID charge, either.

Dotson, 19, was cited, taken into custody and released by the Eugene Police Department after Taylor’s security determined Dotson was using a fake ID on Feb. 22.

The sophomore just came off his second season with the Ducks. He averaged 9.4 points per game, 3.2 rebounds per game and shot 43.8 percent from the field.

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