UNC Agent Investigation: Meet The Gary Wichard Search Warrant!

It's another banner day for UNC athletics news, as the investigation into improper dealings between NFL agent Gary Wichard and the Tar Heel football program rambles on. WRAL news out of Raleigh has more details (and a frankly amazing graphic) of the search warrant issued for Wichard's financial records, including records for Wichard's ProTect Management:

In the warrant, [Sam] Cabrera outlines interviews with [Marvin] Austin, Wichard and NFL player and former Tar Heel Kentwan Balmer in which the trio agreed that Austin had traveled to California to visit and work out with Balmer twice in 2009. On the second trip, the three agree, Austin met Wichard.

All three claimed a coach from Austin's high school paid for the flights. The coach, Todd Amis, told investigators he was reimbursed for those expenses by Wichard.

UNC's student newspaper, the Daily Tar Heel, has a copy of the search warrant itself available for public perusal, if you'd like all the dry details. For more UNC news and discussion, visit SB Nation's Carolina March.

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