New England Patriots safety Patrick Chung\u00a0has been indicted on a felony charge of cocaine possession in New Hampshire, according to the\u00a0Belknap County Attorney\u2019s Office.In a statement released Thursday, Belknap County Attorney Andrew Livernois said the charge stems\u00a0from a June 25 incident when the Meredith Police Department was called to Chung's\u00a0home on a "call for service." The New York Post\u00a0reported\u00a0Thursday that the cops were responding to a break-in alarm at the home.\u201cDuring the course of that call, the police obtained the evidence which has led to the current charges being filed,\u201d the statement continued.TOM BRADY REMINDS ROOKIE TO \u2018STUDY YOUR PLAYBOOK\u2019 IN INSTAGRAM COMMENTChung, 32,\u00a0was indicted\u00a0by a grand jury on\u00a0Aug. 8.\u00a0He's expected to be arraigned next week.\u201cWe are aware of the reports regarding Patrick Chung," the\u00a0Patriots\u00a0said in a statement.\u00a0"We will not be commenting while his judicial proceedings take place.\u201d Chung was not in uniform for the Patriots' preseason game against the Carolina Panthers Thursday night.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPCocaine possession in New Hampshire is a\u00a0Class B\u00a0felony carrying a possible prison sentence of between three-and-a-half\u00a0to seven years.\u00a0A Class B felony charge\u00a0also could result in up to five years of probation and fines\u00a0of\u00a0$4,000.Chung is in the first season of a three-year, $11.7 million contract with the Patriots. The deal includes a $4 million signing bonus and $5.1 million in guaranteed money.CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGEThe Jamaica-born Chung was a second-round draft pick of the Patriots in 2009 and played for New England for his first four seasons in the NFL. He signed with the Philadelphia Eagles as a free agent prior to the 2013 season, only to be released in the spring of 2014.Chung returned to the Patriots weeks after he was cut by Philadelphia, and\u00a0he has played for the team ever since, winning three Super Bowl championships in the process.