Auburn defensive back Jonathan Mincy will avoid a jury trial following his June 27 arrest for second-degree possession of marijuana.

According to the Opelika Auburn News, Mincy entered a pretrial diversion program on Thursday where he will pay $500 to enroll in the program and perform community service.

Prior to Thursday’s news Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn hadn’t discipled Mincy.

Mincy started all 14 games last season for the Tigers, recording 56 tackles and 1 interception.