BURNS, Ore. - Former Oregon State University basketball player Daniel Deane was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana, delivery of marijuana and money laundering on Thursday afternoon near Burns, Ore.
Harney County Sheriff David Glerup told KVAL News Deane was stopped for doing 86 mph in a 55 mph zone west of Burns.
Deputies found about 10 lbs marijuana, powdered substance that is believed to be Ecstacy. Deane's vehicle and over $4,500 in cash was seized.
Glerup said Deane was headed to Park City, Utah, when he was stopped. He is being held on $200,000 bail.
Deane played three years for the Beavers (2008-2011). He redshirted in 2007 after transferring from Utah.
Deane's career-high with OSU came against Nevada on November 22, 2008, with 19 points.
He saw action in 13 games as a senior in the 2010-11 season while averaging 0.8 points, 1.5 rebounds in 3.0 minutes per game.
Deane played a season-high eight minutes against Oregon (2/19/11) and Colorado (12/4/11).
His season-high performance came against the Ducks in the Civil War with five points and five rebounds.
His father Greg Deane played in the NBA for the Utah Jazz.
Daniel was named the Gatorade Utah Player of the Year in 2005-06 and Utah's Mr. Basketball by the Deseret Morning News in 2005-06.
He graduated from Judge Memorial Catholic High School in Salt Lake City with honors and a 3.75 GPA.
This is developing story that we will continue to track on KVAL News and kval.com.