A hearing for a former Wayne Hills football player charged with disorderly conduct is scheduled to be held in Wayne municipal court Tuesday.
Andrew Monaghan was charged with disorderly conduct after he reportedly interfered with a police officer that was investigating a noise complaint at a party in July.
The officer was trying to interview an individual at the residence when Monaghan allegedly encouraged the person not to give the officer his name and urged him to shut the door on the officer.
The charge carries a maximum sentence of 30 days in jail and a $500 fine.
Monaghan was scheduled to appear in court last month, but the hearing was postponed until Tuesday.
Monaghan is one of the nine Hills football players charged with two counts of aggravated assault stemming from an incident at a party last October. He was the only adult at the time the charges were filed in November.
If convicted of the disorderly conduct charge, Monaghan may also have to go to trial on the aggravated assault charges. He was accepted into a pretrial intervention program in February.