Warrants for felony aggravated assault have been issued for Morris Joseph, 18, Rufus Joseph, 18, Deionte Thompson, 20 and Daletredricc Wolfford, 21, according to Major Douglas Hudson of the Galveston County Sheriff’s Office.
Morris Joseph and Rufus Joseph played for West-Orange-Stark this past year and Thompson played for the school through 2014.
Thompson is currently a red shirt freshman on the University of Alabama football team according to the team’s online roster.
Two MTSU students were arrested Thursday at approximately 7:30 p.m. for evading and resisting arrest, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a schedule VI narcotic at Raiders Ridge Apartments in Murfreesboro.
An officer was conducting a courtesy room check at the apartment complex and spotted the two students, Jaidarius Temple and Justin Akins, both age 21, sitting in a red Toyota Camry. Akins was sitting in the passenger seat when he placed a large clear bag filled with a green substance into his pants. When the officer went to speak with the two students, Temple sped away in an attempt to exit the complex but was blocked by two other officers in the parking lot.
Oklahoma Sooners cornerback Parrish Cobb has been arrested for his alleged involvement in an armed robbery that occurred Wednesday night in Norman, Oklahoma.
According to an incident report released by the Norman Police Department, “The victim stated that two black males entered his apartment and pointed semi-automatic handguns at him and his roommate.”Cobb was later identified as one of two suspects who “stole cash and drugs from the residence before leaving on foot.”
Claiborne County Sheriff Frank Davis said more than 21 affidavits had been filed in connection with the incident. Out of those affidavits, 11 students had been arrested.
The charges range from simple assault to malicious mischief.
Sheriff Davis said school officials have been cooperating with the investigation. He said the football coach told the students to meet him and that’s when the 11 players were taken into custody.
FORT COLLINS COLORADOAN – CSU football player Hunter Donnelly has been suspended from the program following his arrest Wednesday by campus police for allegedly violating a restraining order. A domestic violence enhancement was added to the charge, according to the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office booking report.
Michigan State defensive lineman Auston Robertson faces a third-degree criminal sexual conduct charge stemming from an April 9 incident in Meridian Township.
The charge was issued on Friday in 55th district court, according to a statement from the Ingham County Prosecutor’s office. Third degree criminal sexual conduct is a felony punishable by up to 15 years in prison.
Two starting Elon University football players were arrested Friday night and charged with peeping. Khalil Idris Moore, 18, of 14338 MacLauren Lane, Huntersville, and Jeremiah Narvell Bridges, 19, of 3407 Chatsworth Way, Powder Springs, Ga., were each arrested by Elon University Campus Police and charged with felony secret peeping. They were booked in the Alamance County jail shortly before 9 p.m. and held under $15,000 bonds. According to arrest warrants, on Jan. 15, Moore and Bridges “secretly
Oklahoma quarterback Chris Robison and defensive back Ronnie LaRue were cited for public intoxication early Sunday morning, hours after the Sooners’ spring game.
According to arrest records obtained by Brooke Pryor of the Oklahoman, Robison was booked at 3:33 a.m. Sunday and LaRue was booked at 5:33 a.m.
COLLEGE STATION – Texas A&M sophomore receiver Kirk Merritt has pleaded not guilty to two charges of indecent exposure from last fall. In one count, an alleged victim accused Merritt of exposing and touching himself “while sitting in arm’s reach” of her “on or about” Oct. 24. About a day later according to a court document, another alleged victim claimed Merritt pulled down his shorts and held himself also “while sitting in arm’s reach” of her.
Naijiel Hale, 21, and Darren Gardenhire, 20, were arrested Wednesday.
Hale is charged with two counts of felony distribution of dangerous drugs and a misdemeanor count of possession of dangerous drugs.