Kristaan Ivory, the former Cal Poly running back involved in the attempted robbery of Delta Sigma Phi (DSP), entered a plea deal Jan. 3 that would reduce his charge to a misdemeanor.
Ivory, 22, is being charged with conspiring to rob the DSP fraternity house along with four other players on Aug. 10, 2014. Ivory pleaded no contest at his hearing on Jan. 6, but his sentencing has been delayed 18 months until July 12, 2017.
Ivory’s plea deal states that if he testifies against Cameron Akins, one of the other players connected with the robbery, his sentence will be reduced to a misdemeanor at his hearing in July. Akins is being charged with multiple counts of residential robbery and resisting arrest, as well as several gun enhancements.
In Ivory’s junior season of 2013, the slotback ran for 1,113 yards and six touchdowns. He was named the team’s offensive MVP and made the All-Big Sky Conference second team.