Alabama senior walk-on wide receiver Donnie Lee was arrested Thursday morning and has been kicked off the team.
The Northport native was charged with third-degree domestic violence and also received a reasonable and prudent speed charge, according to the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office’s arrest database.
Texas A&M freshman defensive lineman Ondario Robinson was arrested on Monday on a misdemeanor theft charge.
Robinson, a reserve from Hutto, was booked by university police on Monday for alleged theft of a “bait bike” worth $350, according to Brazos County records. Robinson was released Monday after he posted a $2,000 bond.
Two UND football players were charged Thursday with possession of marijuana with intent to deliver.
The charges for Andre Randolph and Demon Taylor are Class B felonies and carry a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison.
Arizona Freshman safety Scottie Young Jr. was arrested by campus police on suspicion of one count of domestic violence assault shortly after midnight Wednesday after a student in the Likins Residence Hall reported that she’d seen another student get “pushed into a wall, spit on and threatened by (Young)”, according a campus police incident report.
As expected, Georgia inside linebacker Natrez Patrick is being held out of Saturday’s game at Vanderbilt following his arrest for marijuana possession late Thursday night.
UGA’s student-athlete handbook calls for an immediate suspension for a marijuana arrest. This was Patrick’s second marijuana arrest, following one his freshman year in 2015, and a second violation calls for a four-game suspension.
The Memphis police department announced Saturday that Tigers football player Ernest Suttles has been charged with rape.
Nate Johnson was arrested early on Saturday morning and charged with one count of domestic assault for what MLive called “an attack on a female student.” The alleged attack is believed to have occurred in the victim’s dorm room.
Michigan football announced Saturday that Johnson had been “suspended indefinitely from all team activities” in a team release. The sophomore switched from wide receiver to cornerback after his freshman season, and has not recorded any stats yet in 2017. Johnson had 1 reception for 4 yards as a freshman in 2016.
A USC football player is allegedly being investigated for assault after knocking a fan to the turf following Washington State’s 30-27 upset win over the No. 5 Trojans, Pullman Radio News reported Monday afternoon.
A video posted by Cougfan.com captured the scene of thousands of fans pouring onto the field just moments after Luke Falk took a knee in the victory formation to seal the win. In the video, an unidentifiable Southern California player appears to shove a WSU fan to the turf as the Trojans are exiting Martin Stadium.
Jordan Hargrove, a 22-year-old former wide receiver for the Purple Raiders, was arrested Friday afternoon and arraigned in Alliance Municipal Court, according to court records.
A schools spokesperson said Hargrove was a member of the football team from 2013-16. He was injured before completing his senior season.
Associate Dean of Students and Title IX Coordinator Michelle Gaffney released this statement on behalf of the university:
When notified of an allegation of sexual misconduct, the University of Mount Union enacts its Sexual Misconduct Protocol, a standard and extremely detailed process that is followed when an individual reports that he or she has been a victim of a sexual assault. This includes assisting the student in seeking medical attention, filing a police report and receiving support from a counselor. We also suggest that the student consider discussing the issue with family members or others who can provide support. The institution is very committed to the safety of its students and has developed this protocol in order to provide for the rights of all parties involved in a situation such as this while working cooperatively with local police officials.
Hargrove did not enter a plea and is currently being held in the Stark County Jail on $750,000 bond ($250,000 for each alleged incident). A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for Oct. 6 at 10:45 a.m.