Vince Wilfork’s Son & UH Player D’Aundre Arrested on Drug Charges; Codeine Crazy
Houston Texans nose tackle Vince Wilfork not only has to get himself ready for a playoff run in a few weeks, but he also has to deal with his 19-year-old son being arrested on drug charges.
According to TMZ, he was caught with 381 grams of codeine and faces 20 years in prison.
“Vince Wilfork’s 19-year-old son was arrested last week after cops say he was in possession of a BUNCH of codeine — and he now faces up to 20 YEARS in prison … TMZ Sports has learned.
D’Aundre Holmes-Wilfork — a safety at the University of Houston — was in a 2011 Kia that was pulled over for a routine traffic stop in Friendswood, Texas around midnight on Dec. 21st.
According to the police report, cops found 381 grams of codeine — and arrested D’Aundre on the spot for possession of substance in penalty group 4 … which is a felony.
If convicted, D’Aundre faces 2 to 20 years in prison and a $10,000 fine.”
D’Aundre Wilfork has been dismissed from the UH football program, university officials said.