ATHENS, Ga. -- A University of Georgia Police report provided to 11Alive shows that a complaint was filed by the UGA Athletic Association for possible theft and mishandling of prescription medication within the program.
The report states that Manuel Diaz, the head coach of the university's tennis team, reported the incident on May 7 at 5 p.m.
"...UGA Police department received a complaint related to the possible theft and mishandling of prescription medication involving a number of individuals within the tennis program," the report stated.
The report specifically states the incidents as theft by taking between $.01 and $1,500.00 and the possession of Scheduled I, II substances.
Scheduled I include drugs such as heroin, peyote, LSD, ecstasy and other hallucinogenic drugs. Scheduled II includes morphine, oxycodone, cocaine, methamphetamine, among others.
The report does not state which drugs were involved in the incident.
Two tennis coaches have been suspended from the University of Georgia since the incident, although it is not known if their suspensions are connected to the May 7 incident.
The school suspended men's assistant coach Bo Hodge and women's assistant coach Drake Bernstein, according to the AP.
The investigation by UGA and suspensions of the top assistants come as Georgia prepares to host the men's and women's NCAA championships. The round of 16 begins Thursday in the men's and women's draws.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.