Johnson-Koulianos faces a whopping 7 charges, four counts of possession of controlled substances, two counts of unlawful possession of prescription drugs and one count of keeping a drug house. During a search Tuesday afternoon of Johnson-Koulianos roommate, police found cocaine, marijuana, prescription drugs (pamoate, diazepam, hydromorphone hydrochloride and zolpidem tartrate pills [none of which were prescribed to Johnson-Koulianos]), scales, $3,000 cash, and other items used in selling drugs. Cocaine, a small amount of marijuana, and the prescription drugs (mostly painkillers) were found in Johnson-Koulianos room. Johnson-Koulianos also admitted to using marijuana less than a day before the arrest, and he took a urine test that showed that he had been using drugs.He also admitted to using cocaine and the prescription drugs, which he had acquired from friends. He also had electronic media showing him in possession of drugs.
Presuming that this ends his Iowa career, which it likely will, Johnson-Koulianos is the all time leader for Iowa in receptions and receiving yards... and drug houses.