Notre Dame’s Beers enters plea agreement in 2013 disorderly conduct charge

According to the South Bend Tribune, Notre Dame senior defenseman Jared Beers has pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct stemming from an incident in February 2013 where he was accused of assaulting a female bar manager at Brother’s Bar and Grill in South Bend, Ind.

The report states that Beers entered into a plea agreement last week that allowed him to admit to the class B misdemeanor, but the prosecutor withdrew additional charges of battery resulting in bodily injury, criminal trespass and resisting law enforcement.

Beers has since been reinstated by the hockey team after being suspended last February.

After accepting the plea agreement last week, St. Joseph Magistrate Richard McCormick sentenced Beers to 180 days in jail, but suspended the sentence.