Vito Tisdale is 1 of the 6 Kentucky players who was charged with first-degree burglary due to an incident that occurred in March. That isn’t the only incident that the Wildcats sophomore safety has been involved in this offseason, though.

According to WDRB’s Jason Riley, Tisdale was charged with possession of marijuana in Bowling Green in July after he was pulled over, which led to him pleading guilty. He’ll be on probation for 2 years and won’t have to serve the 45-day jail sentence as long as there’s no more trouble.

As for the burglary case, Tisdale is being accused of being in possession of a gun at a March 7 fraternity party. That also led to him being charged with first-degree wanton endangerment.

While Tisdale pleaded guilty to the marijuana possession charge, he and his 5 Kentucky teammates each pleaded not guilty in the burglary case. According to the Associated Press, a preliminary hearing is scheduled for Wednesday.

Tisdale was expected to be a key member of the Wildcats’ defense during the upcoming season. Last year, he had 20 tackles in 10 games as a true freshman, which included six tackles in Kentucky’s Gator Bowl win over NC State.