UPPER MARLBORO, Md. — Prosecutors today dropped charges against David Gregg and Terry Long, two men who were with University of Maryland basketball star Len Bias when he died of cocaine intoxication. No plea bargain agreement was made with the men, the prosecutors said.
Gregg and Long were indicted in July of possession of cocaine and obstruction of justice. Last Thursday, the two former teammates of Bias testified before the grand jury investigating the case.
They also are expected to testify at the trial of Brian Lee Tribble, the third man indicted in connection with the death.
At a hearing today, both Prince George's County Atty. Arthur Marshall and defense attorney Alan Goldstein said that no prior deal was made and that the two testified before the grand jury because they wanted to.