Former Kent Roosevelt quarterback and University of Pittsburgh recruit Tra'Von Chapman has pled guilty to a charge of attempted assault on Monday afternoon in the Portage County Municipal Court in Kent.
The former Roosevelt standout pled not guilty on April 30 to two misdemeanor charges related to an incident that took place at his home in Kent.
Chapman, 18, was charged with one count of assault, a first-degree misdemeanor, and one count of unlawful restraint, a third-degree misdemeanor, on April 30. Chapman was accused of assaulting a woman at his Kent residence on April 26.
Chapman will serve three days of jail time, to be served at the Portage County Jail, as well as 20 hours of communiy service. In addition, Chapman is to not have any contact with the woman or her family.
For more information, read Tuesday morning's edition of the Record-Courier.