A longtime D.C. youth basketball coach is due in court Friday on drug charges.
Curtis Malone, founder of the powerful D.C. Assault Basketball Program, is facing drug possession charges following a year-long investigation by the Drug Enforcement Invesitgation.
Malone built a national profile developing young talent and helping them get onto college rosters.
Back in August, he was charged with possession with intent to sell heroin and cocaine
Officials also found a .40 caliber handgun at his Upper Marlboro, Md. home, the Washington Post reported.
Malone was previously convicted of distributing crack cocaine in 1991.