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Teddy McCarran, who was slated to be a sophomore this upcoming season at Merrimack, is no longer enrolled at the college following an arrest in August on drug charges.

According to The Eagle Tribune, McCarran used his father’s passport six times from April 8 to June 17 in order to get Percocet from a Rite Aide pharmacy in Londonderry, N.H.

Merrimack officials had no comment on Wednesday.

McCarran is set to appear in court on October 6. He is facing six counts of obtaining a controlled drug by forgery, six counts of forgery, six counts of receiving stolen property, six counts of possessing a false prescription and one count of identity fraud.

According to The Eagle Tribune, police said this was their first contact with McCarran, who is from Derry, N.H.

McCarran turned himself in to police on August 26. Chris Olson, a police detective, said there was no indication that McCarran was selling the painkillers.

McCarran appeared in nine games last season as a freshman and did not record a point.

Mike McMahon is in his 13th year covering Merrimack College for The Eagle Tribune and is the founder and managing editor of The Mack Report. Mike also serves on staff as a senior writer at College Hockey News. Follow him on Twitter @MikeMcMahonCHN

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