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.
DURHAM — Police have charged, Zachary Banks, a fourth University of New Hampshire football player with felony riot in the wake of a large brawl in January at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house.
Linebacker Zachary Banks, 20, of Westminster, Mass., was arrested Friday afternoon, police said. He was released on personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to be arraigned in Strafford County Superior Court on Feb. 28.
After police broke up the Jan. 26 fight, which had spilled from the house and caught the attention of patrol officer Emily Festa, police reviewed video surveillance of the incident. SAE has a number of cameras on the property.
The video shows about 15 people approached the back door in hooded sweatshirts, police said. When SAE President Dillon Murphy opened the door, the men pushed him onto the ground and entered the house, according to police.
Three people were seen striking Murphy, according to an affidavit.
Malik Demby, a former New Mexico State football player is accused of aggravated assault, according to inmate booking records.
Malik Demby, who was a defensive back in the 2018 season, was arrested on Saturday night in east Las Cruces.
A spokesman for NMSU’s athletic department confirmed Demby exhausted his eligibility to play after his fourth year with the team. That means he was no longer an NMSU football player during the time of his arrest.
In October 2017, Demby addressed the media before NMSU beat Texas State. It was a historic season when NMSU won the Arizona Bowl, breaking the longest bowl game drought in the country at the time.
Demby was charged with aggravated assault against a household member with a deadly weapon and false imprisonment. The circumstances surrounding his arrest are not yet known.
Maxwell Janes, a former Minnesota Gophers football player was arrested last Friday after police say he punched an officer. According to a spokesperson for the university, Maxwell Timothy Janes was dismissed from the team after university officials learned about the incident.
According to the criminal complaint, Minneapolis police officers were dispatched to the Main Post Office near 1st Street S. and Hennepin Avenue at about 12:39 a.m. on Feb. 8 for a welfare check.
While en route to the post office, officers were informed that the individual was attempting to get into the post office and was substantially underdressed for the cold weather, the complaint says.
The complaint says after officers arrived, the individual, later identified as Janes, gained access to a loading dock when a garage door opened. Officers were able to stop him, and noticed he appeared to be intoxicated.
The complaint says officers put Janes in their squad car to remove him from the cold conditions, but he then told officers he was about to vomit. After police opened the door to allow him to vomit if he needed to, Janes got out of the car and punched an officer in the face, and then actively fought with officers, the complaint says.
Officers eventually restrained him and took him to jail.
He’s being charged with fourth degree assault of a peace officer, which caused demonstrable bodily harm, and was booked in the Hennepin County Jail. He has since been released on bail.
As a freshman last season, Janes played in all 13 games on special teams for the Gophers. He previously attended Mounds View High School.
Maurice Washington, a running back for the University of Nebraska, faces criminal charges under California’s relatively new “revenge porn” law in connection to a video of a 15-year-old Bay Area teen allegedly being sexually assaulted, according to court records obtained by NBC Bay Area’s Investigative Unit.
San Jose native Maurice Washington III did not record the video and is not part of the alleged assault involving his ex-girlfriend, who is now 18, and two former classmates. But Washington is accused of keeping the video on his phone and sending it to the victim last March, along with the message, “Remember this hoe [sic].”
Washington, who dated the victim during his freshman year at The King’s Academy High School in Sunnyvale, is being charged under the “Revenge Porn” law because he’s accused of sending the video to inflict emotional damage on the victim. Because the victim was 15 when the video was recorded, he’s also being charged with posession of child pornography, a felony.
“I tried so hard to forget it, and then to have someone just throw it back in my face like that and taunt me with it was just so evil,” Taylor, the victim, told NBC Bay Area on the condition we not use her last name. “Maybe that’s the wrong word to use, but I felt like it was evil, like why would you ever want somebody to feel that pain that I felt that day?”
Notre Dame WR Javon McKinley has been charged with two counts of Battery Resulting in Bodily Injury and one count of Illegal Consumption of an Alcoholic Beverage.
A University spokesman gave Irish Sports Daily an official statement on the McKinley’s situation:
“The incident is being handled by the criminal justice system. As for internal discipline, we do not publicly discuss specific cases, and impose sanctions as warranted.”
The South Bend Tribune has a full account of what led to McKinley’s arrest, including punching two University of Notre Dame Security Police officers.
The 6-foot-2, 215-pounder played in six games as a freshman before missing the 2017 season as he recovered from a broken fibula he sustained during the 2016 season.
McKinley played in just three games in 2018 (Ball State, Syracuse and USC).
With the situation happening over the weekend, a local attorney told ISD if there are official charges brought against McKinley, it would be in the next 48 hours.
Kerry Starks, a Louisiana-Monroe football player and his girlfriend each face domestic abuse charges following a Sunday morning altercation.
Per the arrest report, Kerry Starks, 21, grabbed Abriona Kirt, 26, by the throat with both hands and attempted to drag her out of Hammers nightclub in Monroe by the hair. He also allegedly caused an estimated $400 in property damage by punching out the rear windshield of Kirt’s vehicle with both hands.
Kirt was also placed into custody by Monroe Police after police say she pepper sprayed Starks in the back of the head while he was in handcuffs. Both subjects appeared to be intoxicated, per the report.
Starks was arrested for domestic abuse battery and simple criminal damage to property and Kirt faces one charge of domestic abuse battery. Both were booked at the Ouachita Parish Correctional Center.
BANGOR, Maine (WABI) – Ramon Jefferson, a University of Maine football player has been charged with domestic violence assault.
Bangor Police were called around 6 pm Wednesday for the report of a disturbance. According to a police record, 19-year-old Ramon Jefferson of Old Town had left the home before the victim called for help. Jefferson, who’s from New York, was arrested nearly two hours later by Old Town Police. He’s a sophomore at UMaine and a running back for the Black Bears. Jefferson, who’s also charged with criminal mischief, is free on bail. He’s due in court on March 4th.
Here is UMaine’s full statement:
“The University of Maine is confirming news reports that UMaine student Ramon Jefferson was arrested. Jefferson is alleged to have violated the student code of conduct and student-athlete code of conduct. UMaine’s Student Conduct Office in the Division of Student Life is conducting a thorough investigation and any interim disciplinary actions, such as suspension from the university, are being determined Thursday. Jefferson will not participate in athletic activities pending the outcome of the investigation.”UMaine does not comment on student conduct proceedings.
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.