Former University of Oklahoma defensive back and La Vega High School football standout Parrish Cobb and his high school teammate and alleged co-defendant in at least three armed robberies were
Derek Wilder and another former ODU player were charged with a felony in an incident that also resulted in Wilder crashing his motorcycle, according to police.
Two Husker players were arrested on suspicion of marijuana possession in Florida, according to court documents.
Stanley Morgan, 20, who will be a junior at Nebraska, has been charged with having less than 20 grams of marijuana in his possession on May 6 in Port Orange, Florida.
Husker safety Antonio Reed, 19, was also arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor marijuana possession. He was later released with a notice to appear June 1.
Police say 20-year-old Lanard Fournette attempted to use a fake I.D to gamble at the L’Auberge Casino.
Reports say the incident was caught on camera.
Rodney Allen, a Marshall University football player, was arrested over the weekend on misdemeanor charges of DUI with a blood alcohol level above .15, crashes involving damage to a vehicle and driving without a license.
Source: WSAZ News Station
Marcus E. Willoughby, a third Elon University football player has been arrested for his alleged role in the surreptitious filming of a woman in a dorm room.
Willoughby, 18, of 201 Bridgefield Place, Apt. 131, Durham, was arrested Monday by the Elon University Police Department and charged with felony secret peeping.
Florida Gators receiver Antonio Callaway has been cited on a complaint of marijuana possession, according to Alachua County court records.
The Gainesville Police Department stopped a Merecedes SUV at 12:50 a.m. Saturday for a seatbelt violation. Police smelled marijuana and found about 7 grams in the Gator’s pocket. Another 5.4 grams of marijuana were found in the car. Both Callaway and 40-year-old Kendrick Williams claimed ownership of the drugs, according to the court documents. Williams has a long criminal history with more than a dozen arrests in the state for complaints ranging from drugs and guns to battery and vehicle theft.
UF tight end C’yontai Lewis and two women were at the scene, too, but not accused of any wrongdoing, according to Gainesville police.