LSU RB Trey Holly won’t face attempted second-degree murder charge

A grand jury in Union Parish, La., rejected an attempted second-degree murder charge against LSU running back Trey Holly.Instead, he was charged with one felony count of illegal use of a weapon or dangerous instrumentality, The Advocate reported Friday.Holly turned himself into authorities in Farmerville, La., in February, one of three arrests made in connection with a shooting that injured two people.He also initially was charged with aggravated criminal damage to property.LSU suspended him indefinitely from all team activities and has not updated his status.Holly’s attorney, Mike Small, said in a news release Friday that Holly will plead not guilty to the weapons charge.”We look forward to trial before a fair and impartial jury in Union Parish after which I am confident that a verdict of not guilty will be returned,” Small said.