Two Penn State football players, Tariq Castro-Fields and Henry Fessler, were cited for disorderly conduct after State College police said they fought with others at Delta Chi fraternity in January.
Jail records show defensive lineman Tiano Tialavea was arrested on suspicion of disorderly conduct (fighting or pushing) and public intoxication.
The office of El Paso County Constable Precinct No. 4 confirmed he was taken into custody Saturday in the 2500 block of Mesa at the same time Locksley was taken into custody on suspicion of DWI, terroristic threat, unlawful carrying of a weapon and possession of marijuana.
Tialavea was booked into the El Paso County Downtown Jail and posted two surety bonds worth $1,000.
UTEP officials said head coach Dana Dimel is aware of his arrest, but would not comment further until more information is available.
Tialavea is a senior from Seattle who played 10 games this past season.
A complaint affidavit said that Locksley allegedly shouted at a group of people that he “had a handgun with a full magazine and would empty it on the individuals.”
SMITHFIELD — Police here have arrested four more Bryant University students in connection with Sunday’s on-campus assault.
Jarret Martin, 19, of 81 Wachusett St., Franklin, Massachusetts, is charged with breaking and entering, and disorderly conduct.
John Amaya, 20, of 45 Beck Ave., Rye, New York, and Jack McNeil, 19, of 435 Holly Rd., Marshfield, Massachusetts, are charged with breaking and entering, simple assault, disorderly conduct and conspiracy.
Sarah McBrien, 20, of 1 Christopher Lane, Scituate, Massachusetts, is charged with breaking and entering and disorderly conduct.
The arrests stem from the incident at Bryant University on Sunday morning when students allegedly broke into a townhouse.
Martin was taken into custody without incident on Tuesday and later appeared before Bail Commissioner George Lazieh. He was released on $1,000 surety bail.
Amaya was taken into custody Wednesday, and appeared before Magistrate Joseph P. Ippolito. Bail was set at $25,000 personal recognizance.
McNeil and McBrien were taken into custody Wednesday, and appeared before Bail Commissioner Peter Hopkins. Each was released on $1,000 surety bail.
While Bryant University has announced a review to determine whether the altercation was precipitated by a bias incident, the Police Department said its investigation, so far, has not found any credible evidence that one had occurred.
“What this investigation has clearly revealed is that a day of excessive alcohol consumption and several smaller confrontations during the previous day, culminated in the early morning assaults on April 7, 2019,” the police said in a statement.
The investigation is ongoing and will be sent to the attorney general’s office to determine if it is appropriate for additional persons to be charged.
Three Bryant University student-athletes were arrested Monday following an assault at a townhouse on campus Sunday, according to the Smithfield police.
The three are Joseph Kasperzyk, 19, a basketball player from 155 Halper Avenue, New Haven, Connecticut; Zahir Williams, 20, a football player from 680 Beck Street, Bronx, New York; and Shelton McNeal, 20, also a football player, of 1741 Washington Avenue, Lakeland, Florida.
They have been charged with breaking and entering, simple assault, disorderly conduct and conspiracy.
Smithfield police investigated after receiving a call from Bryant Public Safety at 2 a.m. Sunday about an assault.
The townhouse residents told the police they were awakened by people who had entered the residence and began banging on bedroom doors, demanding that the occupants get out of their rooms. According to the police, Kasperzyk, Williams and McNeal then assaulted two of the residents, broke a TV and tore posters off the walls.
According to Bryant, the three students have been suspended from their teams. The dean of student life will initiate a conduct review to determine “their status as students going forward,” Elizabeth O’Neil, associate vice president for university relations, said in an emailed statement.
According to the jail booking recap report, Stevenson was booked at 2:42 a.m. He was released at 3:26 a.m. on a $1,000 bond.
Three Georgia Southern football players were arrested by Statesboro Police and booked into the Bulloch County Jail on disorderly conduct charges early Sunday morning in Statesboro.Ivan Corbin Jr., J.D. King and Logan Wright were arrested between 3:47 a.m. and 4 a.m. on Sunday for the misdemeanor charges. They were later released.“We are aware of the situation and it will be dealt with internally,” head coach Chad Lunsford said Wednesday evening through an emailed statement.
Four Husker football players were cited after throwing a large party Friday night. Lincoln Police were called to a house in the area of 14th and Fletcher around 10 p.m. on a disturbance call. Witnesses reported loud music and at least 45 cars parked in the area, with some blocking driveways and parked in no parking zones, a police spokeswoman said.Officer Angela Sands said there were at least 100 people inside the home, with bottles, cups and glasses strewn across the lawn and around the home. Some of those in attendance appeared to be underage and appeared drunk, Sands said. Some people tried to hide in the home once officers arrived, Sands said.The tenants, Antonio Butler, Jack Stoll, Matthew Farniok, and Boe Wilson, were all cited for maintaining a disorderly house.
All four are listed as current players on the Nebraska Athletic Department’s website. Lincoln Police told Channel 8 Eyewitness News that officers had delivered prior warning to that residence about loud parties. An official with the Nebraska Athletic Department told Channel 8 Eyewitness News that the university was “aware” of the citations, but declined to comment further.
Mississippi State linebacker Leo Lewis has been arrested.Oktibbeha County jail records show Lewis, 21, was arrested around 1 a.m. Friday on a charge of disorderly conduct. A news release from the Oktibbeha County Sheriff’s Department says deputies were called to Aspen Heights Apartments because a large crowd of people and cars were blocking streets. Deputies attempting to clear the streets directed traffic to exit. The release says Lewis attempted to push through traffic in the wrong direction and was arrested after several attempts to get him to turn around.
He was taken into custody and later released on $483.00 bond.
Mississippi State released this statement regarding Lewis’ arrest: “We are aware of the situation involving Leo Lewis earlier this morning. We are still collecting information and will have no further comment at this time.”
Lewis is from Brookhaven and is part of the NCAA investigation into gifts given by boosters to prospective athletes at Ole Miss.
The NCAA says Lewis received merchandise from an Oxford business and $21,000 in cash from both Ole Miss and Mississippi State.
Derek Paulson and Andre Steiger, two UND football players, were arrested in downtown Grand Forks and charged with disorderly conduct early Saturday morning.
Sophomore tight end Derek Paulson was arrested for urinating in public, minor in consumption of alcohol and refusing to halt.
Junior linebacker Andre Steiger was arrested for public urination and minor in consumption of alcohol.
According to Sgt. Rory Suby of the Grand Forks Police Department, at about 12:30 a.m., plainclothes police officers saw Steiger urinating in public near the 0 block of South Third Street, which is between DeMers and Kittson avenues.
Minutes later, Suby said an officer on patrol in a squad car saw Paulson urinating on the north side of a building on South Third Street.
The officer got out of the car, Paulson ran and attempted to jump a nearby fence before police were able to place him in handcuffs, Suby said.
Steiger, from Glen Ellyn, Ill., played in 10 games, primarily on special teams, for the Fighting Hawks in 2017.
Paulson, of Lodi, Wis., appeared in seven games in 2017 as a reserve tight end and special teams contributor.
“We were made aware of incidents involving Derek Paulson and Andre Steiger last night,” UND coach Bubba Schweigert said in a statement. “We will continue to monitor the situation with these student-athletes.”