Drunk and Disorderly - Crime Count: 110 -limited
|2014-04-16||The_Criminal||Iowa State||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||
AMES, Iowa – Iowa State defensive lineman David Irving has been suspended indefinitely after being arrested following a large crowd disturbance in Ames on Tuesday night.
Ames police have charged Irving with criminal mischief, disorderly conduct and fifth-degree theft.
That's two this week for ISU...
Police Commander Geoff Huff tells The Associated Press that pictures and video that appeared to show Irving holding an uprooted stop sign during the late-night disturbance helped lead to his arrest.
Huff says the 20-year-old Irving turned himself in Friday. It's unclear if Irving has hired a lawyer.
Irving was expected to be a key part of Iowa State's defensive line after making eight starts in 2013. But his suspension and the recent dismissal of fellow starter Rodney Coe leaves the line in flux.
|2014-04-08||The_Criminal||Texas AM||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS – Texas A&M redshirt freshman receiver Ricky Seals-Jones is free on bond after his arrest for what police said was a challenge to another man to fight.
KBTX-TV (http://bit.ly/1fYKDNE) of Bryan-College Station reports the incident happened about 2:30 a.m. Sunday at a bar in the Northgate District entertainment area just off the A&M campus.
A police statement said Seals-Jones was being "carried away by his friends" from the bar when an officer saw another person bump into the player. The officer says the two exchanged heated words until Seals-Jones broke free from his friends and obscenely challenged the other person to fight. The officer said he immediately arrested Seals-Jones on a misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge.
|2014-04-08||The_Criminal||Texas AM||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||A Texas A&M quarterback vying to succeed Johnny Manziel was arrested on a public intoxication charge outside a Northgate bar before dawn on Friday.
Kenny Hill, a 19-year-old sophomore from Southlake, was taken into custody in front of Chimy’s on University Drive just before 3 a.m., according to a College Station police report. He has since posted bail and was released.
Hill was passed out alone in a planter full of rocks and plants in front of the restaurant-bar when officers arrived, police said in the arrest report.
When asked who the current president of the United States was, Hill reportedly answered "Bush" and told officers his name was "Kennedy," authorities said. Police also said Hill was unable to tell them where he was.
|2014-03-05||The_Criminal||Tennessee||Small-Time||Crime Link||45||According to Evan Woodbery of GoVolsXtra.com, the 12 current and former Tennessee Volunteers football players cited or arrested at the Quarry Trail apartment complex on February 9 will likely emerge with a clean record from their scrape with the law.
Woodbery reports that the seven team members who received citations appeared in court Thursday and will have their charges dismissed if they pay their court costs and stay out of trouble for 60 days.
As for those arrested in the incident, A.J. Johnson, Danny O'Brien and former Vols player Dontavis Sapp are also on path to have their charges wiped away. The three appeared in court last week, and their charges have either been dismissed or are in the process of being resolved.
|2014-03-05||The_Criminal||Mississippi||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Ole Miss linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche was arrested this weekend.
Nkemdiche was charged with disturbing the peace, disorderly conduct and failure to comply with a police officer around midnight Saturday, Oxford Police Chief Joey East said. All three are misdemeanors.
The arrest occurred at The Retreat, an Oxford apartment complex that is mainly occupied by students. Nkemdiche celebrated his 21st birthday on Saturday.
|2014-01-24||The_Criminal||Kentucky||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||No details other than the arrest? ...
UK Football wide receiver Demarco Robinson has been arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest according to several media outlets, initially the Herald-Leader’s Jen Smith:
|2014-01-24||The_Criminal||Browns||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||MIAMI – Cleveland Browns and former Miami Dolphins wide receiver Davone Bess was arrested Friday on charges of assaulting a law enforcement officer at an airport, the latest in a series of personal problems for the NFL player.
According to a Broward Sheriff’s Office arrest report, Bess was approached by Deputy Thomas O’Brien inside the Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport terminal because he was "acting irrationally, dancing, singing with his pants repeatedly falling down."
"I inquired if he was all right and received no response," O’Brien said in the report, adding later that Bess "appeared to be looking through me" while they talked.
Bess, 28, then picked up a cup of hot coffee from a counter and squeezed it, "which caused the cup to break with the liquid going all over my uniform," the deputy wrote. Bess then took up a "fighting stance," and O’Brien said he hit the player on the leg with a baton to no effect.
"Bess proceeded to take off his shirt and once again took up a fighting stance refusing my repeated orders to get on the ground," O’Brien said, adding that Bess was finally taken into custody when backup officers arrived.
Sheriff’s office records show that Bess is charged with simple assault on an officer, resisting arrest without violence and disorderly conduct. It was not immediately clear whether Bess had a lawyer. Browns spokesman Zak Gilbert said the team was aware of the arrest and was gathering information.
Read more here: http://www.fresnobee.com/2014/01/17/3718874/browns-bess-arrested-in-fla-in.html#storylink=cpy
|2014-01-24||The_Criminal||Alabama||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||It’s been too long since our last pepper spray arrest!
Tuscaloosa Police responded to a loud party and underage drinking complaint at Campus Way Apartments (301 Helen Keller Blvd.) at 12:53 a.m. on (Jan. 19). Officers arrived on scene and located a large party at one of the apartments. While investigating the complaint officers found probable cause to arrest Chavis Taylor for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. As officers were walking Taylor to a patrol unit a large crowed (approximately 40 individuals) followed and gathered around officers. Officers told the crowd multiple times to disperse. Officers warned one individual (Tony Brown) multiple times to back up and leave the parking lot. The individual would walk a few steps away and then would walk right back towards officers. The officers warned the individual that if he did not leave the parking lot he would be arrested. The individual yelled threatening profanity at the officer and stepped toward the officers again. At the time the officer grabbed the suspect to take him into custody. The suspect pulled away resisting officers. Officers used pepper spray on the suspect and forced him to the ground and took him into custody. Both suspects were transported to the Tuscaloosa County Jail.
|2013-11-15||The_Criminal||Northern Arizona||Small-Time||Crime Link||27||On Nov. 2, a celebration of NAU’s football victory against North Dakota ended in the arrest of four students – three of them players for the team.
The party was in the 400 block of Bennett Dr. in South Flagstaff, according to the police report, with more than 250 people in attendance. The residence had been served a prior notice on noise complaints within the past 90 days and, as a result, the household was going to be held "criminally and financially liable."
Freshman undeclared major Ronnie Manning, junior hotel and restaurant management major Shane Moniz and senior strategic communications major Marc Thompson were arrested on the misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct.
|2013-10-23||The_Criminal||Montana||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||The shortest write up of a crime yet. Below is the entire article:
MISSOULA – Montana’s starting free safety has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor criminal mischief for breaking a directional sign after a night of drinking....
|2013-10-16||The_Criminal||Appalachian State||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||They guy was given a second chance and 3 month later does the same thing plus an added felony strangulation. He got what he wanted I guess.
Oct. 14, 2013. Standout Appalachian State wide receiver Sean Price has been dismissed from the football program after being arrested for the second time in three months.
Hours after the Mountaineers lost to Samford during Homecoming Weekend, Price was arrested on Sunday morning at 1:38 a.m. for grabbing a 20-year-old male by the throat and choking the individual. The incident occurred in the parking lot area of a Darby Court residence just before 1 a.m. early Sunday.
An incident report from the Watauga County Sheriff’s Office notes that the injuries to the victim were "minor." Along with the felony assault by strangulation charge, Price was charged with being drunk and disruptive and resisting a public officer.
|2013-09-04||The_Criminal||Colts||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||INDIANAPOLIS – Colts safety John Boyett was arrested early Monday in Indianapolis after he tried to run away from police.
According to the police report, the 23-year-old was upset he was not allowed into a downtown bar because he had too much to drink. The report said when an officer attempted to arrest Boyett, he ran. After he was caught, the report said, Boyett repeatedly argued police could not arrest him because he "was a Colts player."
Boyett faces charges of public intoxication, resisting law enforcement and disorderly conduct.
The Oregon alum was Indy’s sixth-round draft pick in April, but has not practiced because of injuries to both knees.
The injuries kept him out of all but one game last season and he is now on the non-football injury list.
|2013-07-16||The_Criminal||UTSA||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||I must visit the Blind Pig ...
SAN ANTONIO -- A UTSA football player was suspended indefinitely from the team Monday according to an announcement from head coach Larry Coker.
Senior defensive end Will Ritter was suspended following an arrest at a bar in Austin over the weekend.
Ritter was arrested early Sunday morning for assault with injury and public intoxication. According to a warrant, Austin police said Ritter punched two females and a male at the Blind Pig Pub on 6th street.
|2013-06-24||The_Criminal||Oklahoma||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Finally a crime that doesn't involve gun play!
In the early hours of Saturday morning, Isaiah Cousins was arrested for public intoxication and interfering with a police officer, according to the Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office in Norman, OK.
Cousins, a point guard on the Oklahoma men’s basketball team, just finished his freshman year with the Sooners. He started several games early in the season, and averaged 2.7 points, 2.0 rebounds, and 1.6 assists per game.
Lon Kruger released an early statement on the matter, according to NewsOK.com: "We’re aware of the situation involving Isaiah Cousins last night. Isaiah feels badly about the incident, will learn from it and move on. The matter will be handled internally."
|2013-05-29||The_Goons||Bucs||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||It's been a busy offseason for Buccaneers safety Cody Grimm and not for the right reasons. The 26-year-old former Virginia Tech player was arrested early Sunday morning in Leesburg, Va. and charged with public intoxication, according to the Tampa Bay Times.
Grimm, the son of former Redskins Hall of Famer Russ Grimm, was arrested at a Hampton Inn at 5:30 am. He was in town attending a wedding.
Public intoxication is a misdemeanor, but Grimm was arrested two months earlier on the same charge in Christianburg, Va.
|2013-05-10||The_Criminal||Missouri||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||He doesn’t seem to be able to hit the ball so why not people?
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Mizzou baseball senior Gavin Stark was arrested on charges of second-degree assault, first-degree burglary, two counts of first-degree property damage and resisting arrest late Monday night.
Stark is suspected of vandalizing the Reynolds Alumni Center. MU police spokesman Brian Weimer says office found Stark around 11:30 p.m. "We made contact with Stark, and he assumed a fighting position with our officers then attempted to run away," Weimer said. "His fists were up and he was yelling profanity at the officers."
He was arrested a short distance away after a brief pursuit. Weimer says police believe he was intoxicated at the time and that Stark assaulted a male who was seated nearby and using a laptop computer. According to Weimer, Stark then threatened the victim by picking up a large rock.
Stark is suspended indefinitely from the team. The 6’4 infielder from Lee’s Summit North High School is in his second season with the Tigers baseball team and is batting .091 with one hit and two runs.
Stark was released from the Boone County Jail on $22,500 bond at 2:19 p.m. Tuesday.
|2013-04-29||The_Criminal||Montana||Small-Time||Crime Link||18||Two University of Montana basketball players, Will Cherry and Keron DeShields, were arrested along with a third man early Saturday morning after a disturbance downtown, according to the University of Montana and Missoula police.
The incident was reported at 2:04 a.m. at 125 W. Front St., according to Sgt. Rick Stevenson. Police didn’t identify the business, but that’s the address for Stockman’s Bar.
Cherry, 22, faces misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, while DeShields, 20, is charged with disorderly conduct. A 34-year-old man, Jason Shawn Snyder, is charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, as well as disorderly conduct.
All three are to appear Monday in Missoula Municipal Court.
Stevenson said police responded to a report of a physical fight and separated the men.
|2013-04-25||The_Criminal||Lions||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||It’s the offseason and it’s been almost a month, so it’s about time for a Detroit Lion to get arrested again.
This time it’s Lions defensive end Ronnell Lewis, who was arrested on three misdemeanor complaints after an incident at a bar in Norman, Oklahoma, where Lewis played his college football for the Sooners.
According to ESPN.com, police booked Lewis at 1:30 a.m. Saturday on charges of disturbing the peace, public intoxication and interfering with official procedure. Few details have been released about the incident.
|2013-04-05||The_Criminal||Pennsylvania State||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||This is another is the long list of bat shit crazy. I'm going to allow that the fire extinguisher was indeed a deadly weapon.
4/3/2013 7:00 PM ET
Police in Atlantic City, N.J., have arrested a former Penn State football player after he allegedly attacked officers with a fire extinguisher, Philly.com is reporting.
Tom McHugh, 29, was arrested twice Monday for disorderly conduct, the site reported.
He was arrested at 6:15 p.m. for allegedly scaring and chasing children on the street and then again later at 9 p.m. for allegedly stealing items from a convenience store, Philly.com is reporting.
After he was released for the second arrest, McHugh went to the fourth floor of the Atlantic City Police Department to the administration offices. He then allegedly grabbed a fire extinguisher off the wall and began spraying officers who had confronted him, the website reports.
According to police, a total of nine people were injured including six officers and three civilian employees. Police say he sprayed three officers in the face with the fire extinguisher, CBS Philly reports.
McHugh was kicked off the Penn State football team in 2003 for public intoxication, Philly.com reported.
According to CBS Philly, he was taken to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center for a psychiatric evaluation.
by RTT Staff Writer
|2013-03-18||The_Criminal||James Madison||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||HARRISONBURG -- Rayshawn Goins, a star basketball player for James Madison University, was arrested during the weekend. Goins is charged with two misdemeanors.
A statement from JMU Athletics Director Jeff Bourne released on the JMU Sports website discussed if Goins would play in Wednesday’s first NCAA tournament game.
It read: "In accordance with JMU athletic policy, Coach Matt Brady is suspending Rayshawn Goins for the first half of the NCAA Tournament game on Wednesday night in Dayton. After having thoroughly reviewed the details in this case, the athletic administration supports Coach Brady’s decision. Matters involving student athletes are reviewed independently on a case by case basis. Appropriate action is taken based on the details of each case. At this time, there are no additional details to provide until this specific case processes through the legal system."
It all happened on Sunday when police say a party went out of control. Harrisonburg police said this arrest is not something that uncommon, but it may be in the spotlight because Goins is an athlete heading to a big game.
Goins faces charges for disorderly conduct and attempting to intimidate law enforcement.
It all happened Sunday on the 800 block of Port Republic Road at a party with more than 200 people. Harrisonburg police said Goins yelled obscenities at officers and enticed the large crowd.
JMU Head Men’s Basketball Coach Matt Brady wanted to celebrate another victory. This time in the first round of the NCAA tournamen
|2013-02-21||The_Criminal||Middle Tennessee State||Small-Time||Crime Link||45||Middle Tennessee football players Jared Singletary, Marcus Henry and Adam Stickel are facing charges after being arrest following a nightclub fight.
Middle Tennessee coach Rick Stockstill said in a statement "this is not the reflection of our football program we want at Middle Tennessee and we will react accordingly after gathering all the information."
Singletary, a cornerback, and former Blue Raiders wide receiver Anthony Amos were charged with disorderly conduct, according to The (Murfreesboro) Daily News Journal. Henry, a receiver, was charged with disorderly conduct and evading and resisting arrest. Stickel, an offensive lineman, faces charges of underage consumption, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and public intoxication. Former defensive lineman Jerrold Frazier was charged with assaulting an officer, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.
|2013-02-13||The_Criminal||Connecticut||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Connecticut center Enosch Wolf has been suspended from the team following his arrest Monday in what police describe as a domestic dispute.
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The 7-foot-1 junior was arrested just before 6 a.m. after police were called to an on-campus apartment to quell a disturbance.
Wolf had refused to leave the apartment in the LaFlesche building and got into a physical altercation with the woman who lives there, according to the arrest report.
He ’’grabbed the hair of the victim and pushed her head,’’ according to the report. ’’Wolf also knocked the glasses off of the victim’s face with his hand. Wolf continued to remain in the apartment and was subsequently arrested by police.’’
He was charged with 3rd-degree burglary, criminal trespass and disorderly conduct. He was freed on $500 bond and is due in Rockville Superior Court on Wednesday. It was not immediately clear if he had hired an attorney.
Coach Kevin Ollie said Wolf, 22, will be under suspension indefinitely, ’’until the legal and university process is finalized.’’
|2013-02-08||The_Criminal||Southern California||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||An incident report, posted on the website for USC’s Department of Public Safety, noted the incident involving Pomee. According to report, shortly after 2 a.m. on Jan. 29, officers ’’responded to an intoxicated student who passed out in an alley’’ behind a USC fraternity house.
The report further reads that, ’’The student became combative when contacted by the officers and had to be physically subdued. The officers found the student in possession of a tablet computer and other property that did not belong to him and they subsequently determined that the items had been stolen. The student was then arrested and transported to (LAPD Southwest) station for booking.’’
Pomee didn’t catch a pass last season but regularly played on special teams.
|2013-02-07||The_Criminal||Notre Dame||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||The rare college Hockey bust, and the guys last name is Beers!
A Notre Dame hockey player is under arrest after an incident at a bar in South Bend.
Junior Jared Beers reportedly was involved in an incident with an employee at Brothers Bar and Grill on Eddy Street. Police say Beers refused to leave when asked and attacked a woman that works at the restaurant.
In reports filed with St. Joseph County Courts, Beers is also accused of resisting arrest.
Notre Dame Spokesman Dennis Brown released a statement on the student’s arrest. "The University is aware of this incident and is confident that it will be handled in a prompt and professional manner through the criminal justice system," said Brown.
The university says Beers has been "suspended indefinitely" following the arrest.
|2013-02-05||The_Criminal||Texas||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Bad week in Texas!
AUSTIN, TEXAS (AP)
A freshman backup quarterback at the University of Texas was arrested Saturday in Austin on charges of public intoxication and carrying a fake driver's license.
Connor Brewer, 19, was taken into custody in the early morning hours by university police, said Travis County Sheriff's Department spokesman Roger Wade. Court documents indicate Brewer was booked into the county jail, appeared before a justice of the peace court and released about 11 hours later, Wade said.
The charges are misdemeanors, university spokeswoman Rhonda Weldon said. If convicted, Brewer could be fined up to $500 on each charge.
Brewer, from Scottsdale, Ariz., has been expected to contend for playing time next season. He did not play in 2012.
|2013-01-11||The_Criminal||Giants||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Sergio Romo (above) is known for his hellion fun on the field, and was quick to show it off the field. According to reports, Romo has been cuffed due to an issue at the Vegas Airport. The incident was summoned after Romo failed to present a valid ID of himself (Who knows Romo in Vegas anyway?) and was brought to a Transportation Security Administration officer, where he apparently ’lost his temper’.
Romo was then detained and brought to the airports Police Station, and was given acclaim of violation of airport rules ... and then let go. Romo was denied flying privileges that day and was escorted off airport grounds.
Taking the high road, Romo has fully apologized for his behavior, according to Matt Synder on behalf of CBBSports.
I would like to sincerely apologize about the recent events at the Las Vegas airport which brought negative attention to the San Francisco Giants organization and its fans. I love and respect the Giants, my teammates and our fans and promise to conduct myself in the future in the San Francisco Giants Way.
Romo was reportedly under the influence at the time of the incident, but that assumptions remains unclear, and is credited to be some of the reason the event took place. (Although we all know how easy TSA officers are to deal with..)
The ironic part of this arrest was that it wasn’t too long ago that Romo sported a shirt titling "I just look illegal". Well Romo, you got your wish.
|2013-01-03||The_Criminal||Timberwolves||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||The 13-year NBA veteran, who last suited up for the Minnesota Timberwolves in 2005, was arrested for disorderly conduct on Monday following "repeated complaints about loud music coming from a house on E. Pleasant St. on Milwaukee's east side," according to Raquel Rutledge of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel:
Police would not release details of the incident other than to report that police had received two complaints within one hour Monday afternoon and had received several complaints of loud music from the residence in recent months.
Sprewell, 42 and a graduate of Washington High School, was booked into the jail about 4:15 p.m. [...] Monday's incident has been referred to the Milwaukee County district attorney's office for investigation.
|2012-12-04||The_Criminal||Syracuse||Small-Time||Crime Link||18||Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – Two Syracuse University football players are facing charges after an alleged drunken incident involving police early Sunday morning.
Junior running back Steve Rene and junior linebacker Marquis Spruill were taken into custody around 12:20 a.m. on Livingston Avenue.
Rene was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Spruill was charged with disorderly conduct and second degree harassment.
Police say both men were drunk during the incident.
According to the police reports filed Sunday morning, police officers reported that they saw Rene in the middle of the road, yelling at a group of people.
According to the police report, as officers were ushering Rene to the sidewalk, he was yelling obscenities. He did make it to the sidewalk, but went back into the road, where reports suggest the real confrontation with police began.
The report says "Rene appeared to be extremely angry and was throwing his arms around as if he was ready to fight or attempting to get in a fight with somebody."
The officer reports when he was "attempting to secure Rene, a second male now known as Marquis Spurill came up behind him and grabbed onto the front upper portion of his uniform with both hands"
Another officer reported seeing this and, "forcefully shoved Spurill to the ground."
Meanwhile, officers said Rene was refusing to put his arms behind his back to be handcuffed. So, reports state, another officer approached with a patrol dog, a 5 year old German Shepherd named "Beny." The dog "struck Rene twice in the middle of the back with his muzzle, at which time the officers were able to pull his arms free and he was handcuffed without further incident."
Reports say both men were put into the back of patrol cars. One account says "Spruill continued to kick the inside of [the car] in an aggressive manner. At one point, while attempting to gather pedigree information from Rene, Spruill kicked the rear door of [the car] causing it to swing open and almost hit [the officer] in the face."
|2012-11-28||The_Criminal||Red Wings||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||We may not have NHL nut we have their farm teams! This is the best bust of 2012 or close to it! "At the jail, Sheahan asked to take off the Teletubbies costume and fell over while doing so."
GRAND RAPIDS (WZZM) - Grand Rapids Police have released more details in the drunk driving arrest of a Grand Rapids Griffin hockey player after a Halloween Party.
20 year old Riley Sheahan was arrested at the intersection of Ottawa Avenue and Pearl Street on October 30th after driving the wrong way on Ottawa near Fulton Street. He continued to Fountain Street with a police car following, and drove around construction barrels before stopping.
Sheahan identified himself to police as Brendan Smith and was wearing a purple Teletubbies costume. According to the police report, Sheahan's eyes were glazed over and blood shot and the interior of the vehicle smelled of alcohol.
Sheahan told police that he had had a "few" drinks and probably shouldn't be driving. He failed the road sobriety tests and refused the PBT test. Police took Sheahan to the Kent County Jail where Sheahan took a breathalyzer test. He recorded two tests of .30 each time. The legal limit for drunk driving is .08 in Michigan and the Michigan Super Drunk Laws are .17.
At the jail, Sheahan asked to take off the Teletubbies costume and fell over while doing so.
Sheahan told police that he had the ID of Branden Smith because he was not over 21 and used it to get in bars.
|2012-11-09||The_Criminal||Georgia Southern||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Georgia Southern has suspended All-America nose tackle Brent Russell indefinitely after being arrested earlier this week.
He was arrested by campus police early Sunday and charged with disorderly conduct and obstruction of a law enforcement officer, the Savannah Morning News reported.
Russell's arrest occurred a few hours after the Eagles lost a home game to Southern Conference rival Appalachian State. He was arrested outside of Rude Rudy's restaurant after police arrived on the scene to break up a fight in the parking lot, asked him to leave several times and he did not comply.
|2012-10-19||The_Criminal||Texas Tech||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||No. 17 Texas Tech Red Raider Football will have their starting center after a Sunday morning arrest. Deveric Gallington was arrested in the early morning hours outside a bar in Lubbock for public intoxication and disorderly conduct according to Lubbock Police.
The arrest came hours after Texas Tech’s 49-14 blowout win over then No. 5 West Virginia Saturday afternoon in Lubbock. Gallington was released on $500 bond Sunday and will play this Saturday in Fort Worth against No. 23 TCU.
This arrest comes after Texas Tech Linebacker Daniel Cobb was reinstated to the team after the Lubbock County District Attorney’s office dropped charges of burglary of a habitation stemming from an incident in August. Cobb will be available to play this week against the Horned Frogs. The Junior linebacker from Killeen had 70 tackles last season in only 7 games.
|2012-10-11||The_Criminal||BYU||Small-Time||Crime Link||18||Basketball players suspended
Ralling, Reed charged with disorderly conduct
Two members of the Binghamton University men’s basketball have been suspended from the team following their arrests early Sunday morning outside Flashbacks on State Street. Senior Javon Ralling and freshman Jordan Reed were both charged with disorderly conduct, and Ralling was additionally charged with resisting arrest.
Javon Ralling has been suspended indefinitely from the Binghamton University men’s basketball team after being arrested early Sunday morning on State Street. Ralling, a senior, was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
The athletic department released a statement Monday afternoon announcing the suspensions, which were enacted immediately in accordance to the department’s policy. The suspensions prohibit Ralling and Reed from participation in any team activity, aside from academic services provided through the Student-Athlete Success Center, until further notice.
|2012-10-08||The_Criminal||Iowa||Small-Time||Crime Link||18||Three different Iowa football players have recently been arrested in different incidents.
The starting cornerback for Iowa was one of these three. 21-year-old Micah Hyde was arrested early Saturday morning at Old Capital Brew Works and faces charges of public intoxication and interference with official acts. He was in jail still as of 9:30 a.m. on Saturday morning.
Hyde is also one of the team’s captains and a senior. He has no previous legal issues.
According to sfgate.com, a police report stated that hide was one of a group of about 15 people that refused to leave the bar at closing time after Friday night and fought with the staff. They ran when police arrived and told them to stop.
19-year-old back-up tight end Ray Hamilton for Iowa was arrested as well. He was arrested on suspicion of being underage at a bar after 10 p.m., as he is not yet 21.
Reserve offensive lineman Drew Clark was the third of the three players arrested. He was also arrested on suspicion of public intoxication.
|2012-09-28||The_Criminal||Coastal Carolina||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Coastal Carolina University’s head cheerleading coach is facing charges after she refused during the weekend to get out of her boyfriend’s pickup truck bed and then fought with police officers who tried to arrest her, according to authorities.
Elizabeth Hadley Appenzeller, 31, of Conway was booked into J. Reuben Long Detention Center Sunday afternoon on charges of resisting arrest and public disorderly/public intoxication, according to jail records. Officers on Monday filed assault on a police officer and first-offense criminal domestic violence charges.
Read more here: http://www.thestate.com/2012/09/12/2438126/coastal-cheerleading-coach-arrested.html#.UGWl4LJlT-k#storylink=cpy
|2012-07-02||The_Goons||Central Florida||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||
Marcus Jordan, the 21-year-old son of NBA legend Michael Jordan, was arrested in Omaha yesterday after a disturbance outside a downtown hotel.
Officers responding to a call at the Embassy Suites found hotel security trying to subdue Marcus, who was arguing with two women in the hotel driveway at 2:11 a.m. local time, authorities said.
Jordan, who plays basketball at the University of Central Florida, was "very animated, intoxicated and uncooperative," police said.
He was booked for resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and obstruction
|2012-05-04||The_Goons||Notre Dame||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Notre Dame quarterback Tommy Rees was released from jail on $250 bond late Thursday afternoon after being charged with four misdemeanors as a result of his arrest early Thursday morning at an off-campus house party, St. Joseph County police spokesperson Sgt. Bill Redman said.
Rees faces four misdemeanors: minor consumption, two counts of resisting law enforcement and battery. He initially was jailed on a preliminary felony charge of battery on a police officer and misdemeanor resisting arrest and alcohol charges.
With the felony charge reduced, a potential imminent expulsion from school no longer looks like a possibility for Rees. The school’s disciplinary code states that if a student is charged with a felony, Notre Dame "reserves the right to take summary action and temporarily dismiss the student."
Linebacker Carlo Calabrese also was arrested, for disorderly conduct, and has since been released from jail after posting $150 bond, South Bend police Capt. Phil Trent said.
|2012-04-27||The_Goons||Tigers||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||"Hate Crime" is a new one...
Hot-tempered Detroit Tigers slugger Delmon Young was arrested early this morning after he allegedly went on an anti-Semitic tirade and attacked a man in front of a Midtown hotel, police sources told The Post.
A panhandler wearing a yamulke approached a group of people to ask for some change – and that's when Young, who was nearby, started shouting, "F--king Jews! F--king Jews!"
That's when another man and a group of his friends got into a confrontation with Young at about 2:40 a.m. that quickly turned physical along Sixth Avenue, law enforcement sources said.
Young allegedly scratched a 32-year-old during the fracas on East 54th Street, pushing him to the ground in the lobby of the Roosevelt Hotel.
Young, known for his powerhouse arm in the outfield, was "highly intoxicated," sources said, and had to be taken to the hotel to sober up before he was arrested and taken to the Midtown North Precinct.
Young, who has had problems controlling his temper in the past, was charged with aggravated harassment. Investigators are also looking into the possibility of charging him with a hate crime. He is in custody awaiting arraignment.
|2012-03-20||The_Criminal||Virginia Tech||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Virginia Tech linebacker Telvion Clark, who was arrested over the weekend for public intoxication/swearing, has been dismissed from the football team, head coach Frank Beamer announced in a short news release Tuesday afternoon.|
|2012-02-28||The_Criminal||Westminster||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||WESTMINSTER, Pennsylvania - A Westminster College football player faces charges of assaulting a police officer, resisting arrest and underage drinking.
New Wilmington police say early Sunday morning an officer on foot patrol spotted 20-year-old Logan Belinda with an open bottle of beer. The officer claims Belinda fought with him and ran away.
After a chase, Belinda was arrested, placed in jail, and then later posted $5,000 bond.
The tight end with the Titan football team, who is a junior history major, also faces charges of disorderly conduct and public drunkenness.
A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Wednesday.
|2012-02-18||The_Criminal||Purdue||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||According to West Lafayette police records, Purdue basketball player David Jonathan Byrd was arrested Thursday night by Indiana State Police on public intoxication charges.
Capt. Gary Sparger of the West Lafayette Police Department was called to Where Else? Bar, 304 W. State St., at 2:53 a.m. because of an alleged fight involving DJ Byrd and a Where Else bartender.
Sparger said the West Lafayette Police Department is investigating the alleged fight, but Byrd was arrested by the Indiana State Police for public intoxication.
Teammate Kelsey Barlow, who left the bar returned with Byrd to find his missing wallet, was not arrested,
|2012-01-17||The_Criminal||South Carolina||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - Two days after a University of South Carolina football player was arrested in Five Points for disorderly conduct, a Gamecock baseball player tangled with Columbia Police and ended up behind bars.
According to a police spokesperson, USC shortstop Tanner Lovick was taken into custody around 1:00 a.m. Sunday morning and charged with drunkenness after he staggered down the stairs at Village Idiot Pizza on Devine St., ran into a wall and then ran into officers.
Lovick, of Winterville, NC is quoted as saying to an officer "This is [expletive], I’m on the baseball team and I’m 21," according to police.
A fire marshal was writing a ticket to the establishment for being over capacity, and had called police in for backup just before Lovick’s arrest.
He taken to the Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center, and has since bonded out.
According to university policy, when a student-athlete is arrested, they are immediately suspended indefinitely from all team activities. Lovick is the team’s backup shortstop.
|2012-01-13||The_Criminal||South Carolina||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Columbia,SC (WACH) -A Gamecock football player was arrested in Columbia's Five Points district Thursday night.
According to a Columbia Police incident report, Byron Jerideau was sitting on Harden Street. Jerideau attempted to stop traffic so he and a group of people could cross Harden Street in the middle of the block.
An officer heard officer Jerideau trying to stop traffic so a large group of people could cross Harden Street mid-block.
When an officer stopped him, Jerideau used profanity, and had the smell of alcohol. The report goes on to state it took a total of three officers to take Jerideau into custody.
Jerideau was then taken to the Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center. He is charged Disorderly Conduct and Pedestrian Unlawfully in Roadway.
|2011-10-22||The_Goons||Winthrop||Small-Time||Crime Link||18||Nearly three hours before practice was supposed to start Friday morning, a pair of Winthrop men's basketball players were hit with stun guns and arrested by the Rock Hill Police Department.
The incident took place at 2:45 a.m. Friday at the McDonald's adjacent to campus. When an officer responded to help disperse a crowd in the parking lot, a fight broke out inside and three individuals were subdued with Tasers.
Senior guard Reggie Middleton, junior guard-forward Gideon Gamble and a third man, Tyvonne Dunham, were charged with disorderly conduct-fighting. According to the arrest report, all three men were under the influence of alcohol at the time of the fight.
|2011-10-18||The_Criminal||Coe||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Who among us hasn’t swiped a John Deere Gator and taken four friends for a joyride? It’s part of growing up. But a Coe College running back, Colin Ferring, 18, upped the ante recently when Cedar Rapids, Iowa police got wind of what he was doing and gave chase. When they pulled over the tractor, Ferring took off running. When the cops caught up to him, things got tasery.
Ferring was cited for possession of alcohol under the legal age, public intoxication and interference with official acts after he allegedly took a John Deere Gator, police said. Sgt. Cristy Hamblin said Ferring resisted arrest and officers had to use a Taser to subdue him.
|2011-09-10||The_Criminal||Central Connecticut State||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||By HILLARY FEDERICO and TOM YANTZ, email@example.com The Hartford Courant
9:12 a.m. EDT, September 3, 2011
Central Connecticut State University basketball captain Kenneth Horton was arrested on breach of peace charges after an alleged altercation Thursday, a spokesman with the school's athletics department said.
Central Connecticut Assistant Athletic Director and Sports Information Director Tom Pincince said he could not discuss details of the arrest Friday, but confirmed that Horton was the only member of the university's basketball team placed under arrest. Horton, 22, is a senior at CCSU.
|2011-09-07||The_Criminal||Colorado State||Small-Time||Crime Link||18||Colorado State coach Steve Fairchild acknowledged that two football players were among four people arrested Saturday at an apartment complex party.
Starting middle linebacker James Skelton, 21, and backup defensive tackle Zach Tiedgen, 21, were cited for disorderly conduct. The two juniors were arrested at a move-in pool party at the Campus Crossroads at Ram's Pointe apartment complex.
The two were cited and released.
''I heard about it over the weekend,'' Fairchild said at his weekly Monday press conference. ''We are gathering information and when it's appropriate, we will comment.
Both Skelton and Tiedgen practiced with the team on Monday. The Rams open the season Saturday at New Mexico.
|2011-08-25||The_Criminal||Thunder||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||NBA star Kendrick Perkins says he is innocent of public intoxication and disorderly conduct charges filed against him after an altercation outside a Beaumont sports club early Saturday.
Port Arthur attorney Langston Adams released a written statement on behalf of Perkins, claiming that a Beaumont Police Department report of the arrest was inaccurate.
Perkins, who plays for the Oklahoma City Thunder, had been visiting his hometown to host a youth basketball camp when he was arrested about 2 a.m. Saturday at The Ticket on College Street. His arrest came after a physical fight broke out between several groups of people at the club.
Perkins was released after posting bonds totaling $300 on the two charges and was at home Sunday recovering from injuries received during the incident, according to Adams' statement.
|2011-08-20||The_Criminal||Tennessee||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||KNOXVILLE - University of Tennessee football coach Derek Dooley said Monday that linebacker Austin Johnson would not miss any practice time following his arrest for public intoxication and disorderly conduct last weekend.|
|2011-07-20||The_Criminal||Bengals||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Pacman Jones was released from the Hamilton County (Ohio) Justice Center on July 11 and said his arrest early Sunday morning and charges of disorderly conduct after an incident at a bar in downtown Cincinnati were without cause.
"I hadn't been drinking," he told WCPO TV. "I was with my wife. It was her birthday. It don't make no sense. There is no reason why I should have got locked up. No reason."
Jones was at the Scene Ultra Lounge when he allegedly became intoxicated and disruptive. He was asked to leave but was "uncooperative and needed to be escorted outside," according to court documents, per WLWT.com. Jones shouted profanities and then tried to get out of his handcuffs as officers attempted to arrest him.
Jones said he didn't resist -- because it wasn't physically possible.
"Didn't resist arrest. I'm in a neck brace. How am I resisting arrest?" said Jones, who is recovering from an injury. "I just had surgery. So why would I be resisting arrest? It doesn't make sense for me to resist arrest."
|2011-04-20||The_Criminal||Oregon||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Haines after he was arrested and charged with resisting arrest early Saturday morning by Eugene police responding to reports of a loud party.
"Yeah, he’s suspended until we figure out what’s going on,’’ coach Chip Kelly said after Monday’s practice.
Police say Haines became hostile and scuffled with officers. He was charged with with excessive noise, interfering with a police officer and resisting arrest.
|2011-03-06||The_Criminal||Eagles||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Metro police arrested a Philadelphia Eagles football player in downtown Nashville Friday evening.
King Dunlap, 25, was charged with reckless driving and disorderly conduct after he drove his SUV on the sidewalk outside the Bridgestone Arena in the presence of hundreds of SEC Women’s Basketball fans.
Dunlap, who is a Nashville native, was approached by officers after he parked his SUV near the front doors of the arena around 5:15 p.m.
The football player told police he was parked near the entrance of the arena to pick up his father who is confined to a wheelchair.
Officers told Nashville’s News 2 Dunlap was arrested after he refused to move his vehicle, despite officers offering to assist his father to a nearby area.
Family members that were attending the SEC tournament took possession of the SUV and moved it back onto the street.
Authorities said the Nashville native did not resist arrest and was cooperative after he was placed in custody.
|2011-03-06||The_Criminal||Pittsburgh||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Responding to a report that 22 Pitt football players had engaged in criminal incidents â€" more than any other top-ranked school in 2010 â€" Panthers athletic director Steve Pederson on Wednesday called the total "unacceptable" and promised to "get this fixed."
"Certainly, this was an unusual year because we had so many high-profile incidents in such a short period of time," Pederson said, referring to four incidents in a three-month span last year.
The report, based on a six-month investigation by Sports Illustrated and CBS News and posted on SI’s website Wednesday, revealed that Pitt’s football team had more players involved in criminal behavior than any school in the magazine’s 2010 preseason Top 25.
Penn State was fourth on the list with 16 players. Penn State officials declined to comment.
The report comes four days after Pittsburgh police charged former Panthers offensive lineman Fernando Diaz, 20, with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, public drunkenness, underage drinking and obstruction of a public road after an incident early Saturday in Oakland.
Diaz left the program last year for personal reasons but wanted to return for spring drills. Pitt coach Todd Graham said he is no longer welcome.
|2011-02-26||The_Criminal||Rams||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Luke Driscoll, a St. Louis Rams scout, was reportedly arrested Friday morning in Indianapolis for exposing his genitals to a female police officer.
According to the report, the 33-year-old also urinated on a building downtown. He was charged with public nudity and intoxication.
Police said that Driscoll’s speech was "very slurred" at the time of the arrest.
He has been a Rams scout for 11 years.
Driscoll is reportedly back at work and timing players at the Combine on Saturday. The team is investigating the situation.
|2011-02-21||The_Criminal||Cowboys||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||This is admittadly a week bust, but it was Dallas so I feel good about it.
Dallas Cowboys running back Marion Barber was detained by LAPD officers in front of a Beverly Hills hotel this morning for allegedly "disturbing the peace" ... TMZ has learned.
|2011-02-19||The_Criminal||Chargers||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Report: Chargers WR Naanee arrested
Updated Feb 15, 2011 1:40 AM ET
San Diego Chargers wide receiver Legedu Naanee was arrested for public intoxication and resisting arrest in Indianapolis, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported Monday.
The incident occurred about 3:20am local time Saturday after Naanee came across an active crime scene and refused to leave.
According to police, when they told Naanee to take an alternate route, he asked the officer why he was being "such an [expletive]."
Police said they arrested Naanee -- who had a "strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on or about his breath or person" -- after repeatedly asking him to leave, and that the 27-year-old resisted when an officer attempted to handcuff him. Police used pepper spray, and Naanee still resisted.
As he was eventually being taken to the police car, Naanee said, "Don’t you know who I am? I am an NFL player and I’m going to sue your *ss," according to an officer.
"We’re disappointed to hear about the issue involving Legedu," the Chargers said in a statement.
"We’ll monitor the situation and let the legal process run its course."
Naanee, who is expected to be a free agent once the NFL labor issues are sorted out, has 63 receptions for 746 yards and three touchdowns in his career.
|2011-02-08||The_Criminal||Auburn||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Associated Press - February 7, 2011 2:14 PM ET
AUBURN, Ala. (AP) - Auburn basketball player Rob Chubb faces charges including public intoxication and resisting arrest following an arrest by Auburn police.
A police report showed Chubb was arrested at 1:47 a.m. Jan. 30 in Auburn. He also was charged with disorderly conduct and attempting to elude a police officer. Both he and an officer reported injuries.
The 6-foot-10, 222-pound sophomore center was suspended indefinitely last week, and coach Tony Barbee said Monday he remains barred from all team activities.
Chubb is averaging 8.1 points and 4.1 rebounds.
He faces an April 7 court date at Auburn Municipal Court.
|2011-02-01||The_Criminal||Vikings||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Minnesota Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen was tased and arrested near the USC campus on Monday after assaulting a police officer, according to the Daily Trojan.
The 23-year-old was pulled over at a traffic stop and didn’t have identification. He reportedly became "aggressive" when questioned by the police.
Griffen attempted to run away and then assaulted one of the officers who was pursuing him. The officers tased Griffen, then arrested him on a charge of felony battery.
According to TMZ, Griffen was also arrested on Friday night for being drunk in public. He was released on Saturday morning.
Minnesota selected Griffen in the fourth round of the 2010 NFL draft. He recorded 11 tackles in 11 games this season.
|2010-12-16||The_Criminal||Memphis||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Cannon Smith Arrested: University of Memphis Quarterback Charged With Disorderly Conduct
MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Memphis starting quarterback Cannon Smith has been arrested on charges of public intoxication and disorderly conduct.
Shelby County Sheriff's Office spokesman Chip Washington said the 23-year-old Smith was booked into the county jail after being arrested at about 3:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Smith is the son of FedEx founder and CEO Frederick Smith. He played in seven games for the Tigers (1-11) after sitting out last season as a transfer from Miami.
WMC-TV reported that Smith refused to pay a taxi fare and became combative.
Memphis coach Larry Porter said in a statement that officials are aware of what happened and are investigating before making any statements or decisions on the player.
|2010-12-13||The_Criminal||Bucs||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||I wonder what, "electronic devise" they used to contain him? I'm guessing a taser!
Geno Hayes Arrested: Buccaneers Linebacker Booked After Nightclub Incident
TAMPA, Fla. – Tampa Bay linebacker Geno Hayes was jailed Monday on disorderly conduct and trespassing charges after a dispute at a popular nightclub, the third arrest of a Buccaneers player in the past two months.
Coach Raheem Morris called the string of run-ins with the law frustrating, but also said Hayes will play Sunday when the surprising Bucs (8-5) try to bolster their playoff hopes against the Detroit Lions.
The third-year pro out of Florida State was booked into Hillsborough County Jail hours after the Bucs returned home from a 17-16 victory at Washington.
Tampa police said the 6-foot-1, 226-pound Hayes became aggressive while intervening in a dispute that led to two other men being asked to leave the entrance to the Blue Martini Lounge.
The linebacker himself was ejected after ignoring an order to go back into the club, instead remaining at the entry "making derogatory statements and menacingly staring" at police and security personnel, authorities said.
According to the police report, an officer used an electronic control device on Hayes when the linebacker returned to the lounge and became disruptive while a friend was looking for a credit card the athlete said he left behind.
Hayes was arrested shortly after 2 a.m. and released on $750 bond about three hours later. He was available for comment at the team's practice facility on Monday.
|2010-12-11||The_Criminal||Kentucky||Small-Time||Crime Link||18||It looks like Kentucky’s bowl is a Tin Roof, ... rusted. Oh, and the rare cheerleader bust to boot.
Kentucky football’s QB Mike Hartline arrested after alleged assault
Charges include alcohol intoxication
BY BRETT DAWSON • BDAWSON@COURIER-JOURNAL.COM • DECEMBER 10, 2010
LEXINGTON, Ky. – University of Kentucky quarterback Mike Hartline was arrested early Friday and pleaded not guilty to charges of disorderly conduct and alcohol intoxication after an incident in which a woman told police she was assaulted by Hartline and a female UK student.
After further investigation, Lexington police elected not to pursue an assault charge unless the alleged victim files a criminal complaint.
Hartline was arrested at 3:23 a.m. after police were called to 1103 Crescent Ave. to investigate a disturbance.
Officers spotted Hartline outside a residence at that address involved in an "active, verbal disorder with several" females, according to a uniform citation report. Hartline was "unsteady on his feet" and had "a strong odor of alcohol on his person," according to the report.
Kentucky law prohibits an officer from making a misdemeanor arrest without witnessing the misdemeanor, Roberts said.
Hartline and Carnes, a UK cheerleader, were arrested for alcohol intoxication and disorderly conduct, Roberts said, after officers determined they were "visibly intoxicated and posed a potential danger to themselves or others."
The incident began, according to the police report, as Hartline and "several others" rode home in a cab from the Tin Roof, a bar near UK’s campus. After they arrived at Crescent Avenue, they began "yelling and cursing at each other," according to the report.
In addition to disorderly conduct and alcohol intoxication, Hartline, 22, was charged with failing to notify the Department of Transportation of an address change. Carnes, 20, also was charged with using or attempting to use a false ID to obtain alcohol.
|2010-11-16||The_Criminal||Flames||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Flames’ Sutter apologizes, sent to minors
Calgary Flames forward Brett Sutter has apologized after being arrested for assault last week outside a bar in Scottsdale, Ariz. Sutter has been reassigned to AHL.
Calgary Flames forward Brett Sutter has been reassigned to the Abbotsford Heat of the American Hockey League after being charged with assault in the United States.
Sutter made headlines last week when he was arrested for punching a cab driver outside a Scottsdale, Ariz., bar.
Police in Arizona said the 23-year-old Sutter was drunk to the point of slurring his words when he randomly punched the man in the face.
The son of Flames general manager Darryl Sutter issued an apology Monday through the team.
"I want to apologize to my family, my friends, our fans and the entire Flames family for what took place this past Wednesday night," Sutter is quoted as saying. "My background is one of hard work and respect, so this incident is totally out of character for me."
The man wasn’t seriously injured, police said, but wished to press charges for assault.
Sutter was released on bond about an hour after his arrest.
|2010-10-20||The_Goons||Colts||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee was arrested for public intoxication after he reportedly took a pre-dawn swim in a canal in a nightlife district.
Police arrested McAfee about 5 a.m. Wednesday in the Broad Ripple neighborhood and took him to an arrest processing center.
Officers say the 23-year-old, second-year player from West Virginia had a blood-alcohol content of 0.15 -- nearly twice the level to be considered legally intoxicated.
Colts President Bill Polian said in a statement that the team is aware that McAfee was arrested.
Officers asked McAfee if he had been swimming in the canal and he said "I am not sure," according to a police report. They asked him how he got wet and he said it had been raining, then told officers that his shirt was "in the water."
Police asked McAfee how much he had to drink.
"A lot cause I am drunk," McAfee said, according to the report.
|2010-10-20||The_Criminal||Northern Sun||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Some of these quotes are priceless...
Aurich was spotted by an officer going down stairs at Grandma’s, losing a shoe and having difficulty putting it back on. Staggering, Aurich tripped on the stairs and stumbled into a wall.
The officer directed Aurich outside about 1 a.m., but he pushed the officer back toward the door.
"You’re under arrest," said a second officer. "Put your hands behind your back."
As one officer handcuffed one of Aurich’s hands, the 6-foot-1, 230-pounder pushed both officers.
One officer put a Taser in Aurich’s back and ordered him to put his other hand behind his back.
"I’m a ’baller. I’ll kick your ass,’’ Aurich responded. "You’re embarrassing me."
|2010-10-12||The_Criminal||Stars||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||UPDATE | 10:40 p.m. Good morning folks. We've gotten word from Plano police this morning that the Dallas Stars' Mike Ribeiro was arrested on public intoxication charges in Plano late Sunday.
We're working on getting more details. In the meantime, here's a short police news release on the incident.
On 10/10/10 at 23:26 hours, Mike Ribeiro (Dallas Stars hockey player) and three associates were arrested at Ra Sushi Bar Restaurant (7501 Lone Star Drive). Three of the individuals were arrested for Public Intoxication and the other individual was arrested for Public Intoxication and Assault. All 4 individuals were transported to the Plano City Jail and were bonded out at 04:44 hours...
|2010-09-20||The_Criminal||Big East||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Pitt football player facing charges after Oakland fight
Sophomore lineman suspended indefinitely
Sunday, September 19, 2010
By Bill Schackner and Cindi Lash, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
A University of Pittsburgh football player faces a hearing Thursday on charges of aggravated assault, harassment and disorderly conduct stemming from an early-morning fight in Oakland.
Keith Coleman, 20, a reserve offensive lineman from New York City, was arrested early Saturday after an altercation in which another man sustained a broken collarbone, Pittsburgh police said. The 6-foot-5, 310-pound redshirt sophomore is the latest of three Pitt players to have a run-in with city police.
Pitt head football coach Dave Wannstedt, in a statement, said Mr. Coleman has been suspended indefinitely from all team activities. He could not be reached after his arrest.
Pittsburgh police Sgt. James Kohnen said Mr. Coleman was arrested at 1:48 a.m. after fighting with two other men at the intersection of Semple and Ward streets. A witness told police that the fight began after Mr. Coleman approached and spoke to two female companions on the Boulevard of the Allies, then walked away when the women would not go with him.
That witness said he ran to find police after leaving the women and seeing Mr. Coleman become verbally abusive and shove a man, according to a criminal complaint filed in Municipal Court.
Officer Rufus Jones said the witness approached him at Semple and Bates streets at 1:41 a.m. and alerted him to the fight. The officer said he saw Mr. Coleman backing away from two men -- identified as Christopher Harding and Brendan Connor -- who said Mr. Coleman assaulted them.
|2010-09-01||The_Goons||Big 10||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||The man behind the mascot at Penn State is in trouble with the law.
Police in State College, Pa., issued an underage drinking summons to Clint Gyory on Aug. 24. He was also cited for public drunkenness and criminal mischief on August 1.
Gyory was supposed to don the Nittany Lion costume for Saturday’s opener against Youngstown State. But athletic department officials say he’s been suspended for a month.
Penn State cheerleading coach Curtis White said in a statement this week that Gyory regrets his actions.
|2010-08-31||The_Criminal||Big East||Small-Time||Crime Link||18||WVU basketball players Mazzulla and Pepper cited
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
By Colin Dunlap, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- West Virginia University men's basketball players Joe Mazzulla, a senior, and Dalton Pepper, a sophomore, were issued disorderly conduct and public urination citations by Morgantown police early Sunday morning.
Both players have the option to contest the charges in municipal court Nov. 1 or to plead guilty and pay a fine.
In a statement released through the sports information department, West Virginia coach Bob Huggins said, "We are aware of the situation and the matter will be handled internally."
Mazzulla has had two other alcohol-related incidents at West Virginia.
Read more: http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/10243/1083980-144.stm#ixzz0yEiEauCF
|2010-08-23||The_Criminal||Pac 10||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||It looks like this guy got really drunk and tried block the arresting officer off the line...
An Oregon State University football player has been dismissed from the team following an arrest early Sunday morning.
Tyler Patrick Thomas, 19, of Kalispell, Mont., was arrested on charges of first-degree criminal trespass, second-degree criminal mischief and resisting arrest.
According to information from the Corvallis Police Department, at about 4:51 a.m., police were called to 519 N.W. 14th Street after a 32-year-old woman reported there was a naked man in the upstairs office of her residence.
When officers arrived, they ordered him to get on the ground several times, but he refused.
Then Thomas, who had reportedly been drinking, got into a "three-point stance" and lunged at the officers, who Tased him.
Thomas was booked into Benton County Jail but was released later the same day.
Thomas, an offensive lineman, redshirted the 2009 season for the Beavers.
|2010-08-10||The_Criminal||Panthers||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||This is not a nice person. I'm using trespassing for the interfering with an educational institution, and Drunk and Disorderly for the Disorderly conduct.
Ex-NFL Star Accused of Beating, Choking Baby Mama
8/10/2010 1:03 PM PDT by TMZ Staff
TMZ has learned ... ex-NFL star Mark Fields -- who played for the Carolina Panthers -- was arrested Sunday for allegedly beating the mother of his 6-year-old child ... and then putting her in a chokehold.
According to police docs -- obtained by TMZ -- witnesses say Mark confronted his ex outside a childcare facility near Phoenix, Arizona ... where he allegedly proceeded to beat her, put her in a chokehold, throw her on the ground, and then threaten to kill her.
Cops claim both Mark's baby mama and young daughter were seen by paramedics for mild injuries.
According to the docs, Mark's ex claims she was dropping off court-ordered paperwork when Mark showed up and went ballistic. Mark -- who was allegedly violating an order of protection by showing up -- told cops his ex-GF had tried to take his daughter from his arms.
The former linebacker is charged with aggravated assault, endangerment, disorderly conduct, and interfering with an educational institution. He was released from jail yesterday.
|2010-08-09||The_Goons||Colts||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Indianapolis Colts reserve defensive lineman John Gill isn’t expected to play for the team this season after a public intoxication arrest over the weekend.
Team president Bill Polian said Monday that he expects the NFL to place Gill in a roster category that would keep him inactive this season.
Gill was arrested early Sunday after Indianapolis police found him passed out in a ditch. A police report said Gill tried to stand but kept falling over.
|2010-07-14||The_Criminal||WAC||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||BOISE -- A Boise State basketball player has run afoul of the law.
La'Shard Anderson, 21, was arrested late Saturday night and charged with two misdemeanors -- resisting and obstructing officers, and disorderly household.
Boise Police spokesman Chuck McClure says officers went to Anderson's residence ... after receiving a citizen's complaint about a loud house party.
Officers arrived just before 11 p.m. and asked more than a dozen people at the party to come outside the home and sit on the curb. Everyone complied but Anderson got up and approached the officers telling them it was his house. He refused to comply with numerous police requests to sit back down.
A face-to-face confrontation ensued according to McClure, and Anderson was placed in handcuffs and taken to the Ada County Jail. He has since posted bond and been released. A court date is set for Aug. 2
|2010-07-10||IrvinSucks||SEC||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Tennessee coach Derek Dooley has dismissed sophomore safety Darren Myles Jr. from the team and indefinitely suspended defensive tackle Marlon Walls and linebacker Greg King in the aftermath of an early-morning bar brawl Friday allegedly involving several Vols players.
Myles was one of two Tennessee football players arrested. He was charged with assaulting a UT police officer and resisting and evading arrest. Also, freshman receiver Da’Rick Rogers, one of the Volunteers’ most heralded signees in Dooley’s first recruiting class, was arrested on disorderly conduct and resisting arrest charges.
|2010-03-29||The_Criminal||Big East||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||East Carolina disciplines two football players after arrest
Greenville, NC (Sports Network) - East Carolina University running backs Brandon Jackson and Giavanni Ruffin were disciplined after being arrested Sunday morning, head coach Ruffin McNeill announced Monday.
Jackson, who is facing charges of underage consumption of alcohol, intoxication and simple affray, was dismissed from the program, while Ruffin was charged with resisting and obstructing a police officer and was suspended indefinitely.
|2010-03-08||The_Criminal||SEC||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||LSU, one football and one basketball, get drunk and then get disorderly to the point taser usage came into play.|
|2010-03-08||The_Criminal||SEC||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||The SEC must be bored now that its basketball season. Georgia QB gets busted on just about all of our alcohol related crimes minus the DUI. So he has that going for him.|
|2010-02-26||The_Goons||Ice Hockey||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Canadian women’s team shames themselves and the country with booze fueled on ice celebration after win.|
|2010-02-16||The_Criminal||Big 12||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||OU linebacker busted for urinating on a bar stools as in multiple stools. My oh my!
Police arrested University of Oklahoma football player Austin Box over the weekend in Bricktown after an officer saw him urinating on bar stools, according to a police report.
Box, 21, was booked into the Oklahoma County jail on a complaint of disorderly conduct by urinating in public and later released, the report states. His bail information was not immediately available.
|2009-10-20||The_Criminal||Big East||Small-Time||Crime Link||18||WVU Berry got drunk in public and then became disorderly. Put them together and what do you have? 2x D&D, and a 2 game suspention.|
|2009-10-19||The_Criminal||Steelers||Small-Time||Crime Link||18||If the Steelers kicker Reed isn't defacing the Sheetz batheroom, then he is getting drunk and disorderly at the bar. The second count is for Reed's drunk in public citation to go with the D&D.|
|2009-10-05||The_Goons||Tigers||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Police in suburban Detroit say Miguel Cabrera and his wife got into a fight at their home over the weekend after the Tigers slugger came home drunk around 5 a.m.
Birmingham Police Chief Richard Patterson said Monday that Cabrera's wife called 911 at 6 a.m. Saturday, requesting police assistance. Miguel Cabrera opened the door for officers.
Patterson says the Cabreras had been fighting and each had marks on their faces as a result
|2009-09-30||IrvinSucks||Yankees||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Former Yankee second baseman Chuck Knoblauch surrendered to authorities in Harris County, Tex., Tuesday after he was charged with assaulting his common-law wife.
Knoblauch - named in the Mitchell Report as a player who used performance-enhancing drugs - took the anti-anxiety medication Xanax and had been drinking heavily Friday night when he hit and choked Stacey Stelmach, according to prosecutors.
Knoblauch was charged with assault of a family member. A change in Texas law that took effect Sept.1 makes it a felony to choke a family member, and the former All-Star faces up to 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine, Harris County Assistant District Attorney Donna Hawkins said. An emergency protective order barring Knoblauch from contacting his wife was also issued.
|2009-08-24||The_Criminal||SEC||Small-Time||Crime Link||18||Clifton Geathers, a junior defensive end from Georgetown, S.C., was arrested early Sunday morning outside of Club Ice in the Vista after fighting with a club security guard, while freshman tailback Jarvis Giles became involved in an altercation inside the lobby of the East Quad dormitory.
Police spokesman Brick Lewis told Joe Person of the State newspaper that Geathers would not cooperate with law enforcement and was "swinging his arms and pulling away" while being detained.
"He just didn’t want to cooperate," Lewis told the newspaper. "We got one cuff on him, and eventually moved on to the other. And that’s when we had assistance from the other officer."
Sources tell The Daily Gamecock that Geathers attended Club Ice while celebrating the birthday of fellow teammate and safety Chris Culliver.
Geathers is charged with resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness.
|2009-08-23||The_Criminal||SEC||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Although he wasn't drunk, he definitely was disorderly. Oh and he is also being arrested for third-degree assault.|
|2008-12-11||Gold_Tooth||Big 10||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Anthony Tucker apologized to his Iowa basketball teammates Sunday for what coach Todd Lickliter termed an ill-advised alcohol-related incident.
"The suspension holds," said Lickliter, who withheld Dan Bohall at least six games last season after Bohall was charged with public intoxication.
Lickliter suspended Tucker, 19, a freshman, Sunday after learning that he had been involved in an incident involving alcohol for which no police records exist.
|2008-11-03||Gold_Tooth||Big 10||Small-Time||Crime Link||18||Iowa backup safety Harold Dalton was arrested by Iowa City police Sunday morning, seven hours after the Hawkeyes ran off the field following a 27-24 loss to Illinois in Champaign, Ill.
The incident report said Dalton, whose 23rd birthday was Saturday, was observed pushing an employee of the bar, and then took a swing at him.
Dalton was arrested while attempting to hit the employee again, according to the report.
He was charged with interference with official acts, disorderly conduct, and public intoxication after being involved in a fight at Los Cocos, 1921 Keokuk St., at 1 a.m. Sunday, according to an online police report.
|2008-10-30||Mr_Plow||John Daly||Small-Time||Crime Link||18||PGA golfer John Daly was taken to the Forsyth County jail Sunday after passing out from intoxication at the Hooters Restaurant on Hanes Square Circle, Winston-Salem police said Wednesday.
I've been to that Hooters. Hell, The Goons practically lived there when we were in college. It's amazing he never got hauled away at 2:15am.
|2008-09-30||IrvinSucks||Giants||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Giants RB Danny Ware was arresteded early Sunday morning in Athens, Ga., on an alcohol-related charge. According to a report, Ware was found standing with a woman in the middle of a street as traffic was forced to steer around them. He had a blood-alcohol level of 0.152 and was charged with pedestrian under the influence and pedestrian in the roadway and was released on a $500 bond. The Giants had no comment on the arrest.
|2008-09-22||Gold_Tooth||Big 10||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Iowa reserve linebacker Dezman Moses will be suspended four games after being charged at 2:15 a.m. Sunday with public intoxication, said football coach Kirk Ferentz.
Moses, 19, a sophomore from Willingboro, N.J., played in Saturday afternoon’s 21-20 loss at Pittsburgh. He was arrested at the Union Bar in Iowa City.
|2008-08-04||Gold_Tooth||Big 10||Small-Time||Crime Link||18||University of Iowa wrestler Montell Marion was charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct in downtown Iowa City early Sunday.
The charges, both simple misdemeanors, were given to Marion, 20, and Blake Ryan Anderson at 1:01 a.m. Sunday at the downtown bar. "Multiple witnesses stated that Marion punched another subject," Iowa City Police Sgt. Denise Brotherton said. "(
|2008-07-21||Gold_Tooth||Big 10||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Iowa football recruit Riley Reiff was arrested at 2:45 a.m. Saturday for public intoxication and interference with official acts after leading at least eight officers on a foot chase that lasted 20 minutes, according to a report filed with the Iowa City Police Dept.
|2008-06-19||Trailer_Trash||Cardinals||Small-Time||Crime Link||3||Arizona Cardinals running back J.J. Arrington was among five people arrested after a fight at a nightclub in North Carolina.
Police in Rocky Mount said an off-duty officer called for assistance around 1:30 a.m. Wednesday after the fight broke out at the D&I Center nightclub. The 25-year-old Arrington was charged with disorderly conduct.
Nash County sheriff’s Sgt. T.R. Lamm said a magistrate later ordered Arrington held for 24 hours for contempt of court.
The four others arrested were charged with simple affray. One was also charged with assault on a government official.
Arrington was born in Nashville, N.C. He was a second-round pick out of California in the 2005 NFL draft.
|2008-05-01||The_Goons||Dennis Rodman||Small-Time||Crime Link||3||Dennis Rodman has been arrested for allegedly hitting a woman at a hotel in the Century City area of Los Angeles.
Rodman manager Darren Prince told TMZ.com that Rodman and his girlfriend had too much to drink, argued, and Rodman grabbed her arm and left a bruise. Prince told TMZ that Rodman's drinking has escalated because of a nasty divorce and he plans to enter rehab.
Rodman was jailed for investigation of felony domestic violence and freed on $50,000 bail early Thursday.
|2008-04-30||Trailer_Trash||Penguins||Small-Time||Crime Link||6||*** 1 game suspension bust - player was suspended for the next playoff game
***indecent exposure 1 count - he was formally charged
***drunk & disorderly 2 counts - both he and another player on the team were charged w/ public drunkeness
***crimes against nature 1 count - charged w/ "open lewdness"
The captain of the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins was charged with indecent exposure after a police officer saw him running naked on a downtown street early Sunday in Scranton, Pa.
Nathan Smith told the officer he acted on a bet.
Officials said Smith, a center for the American Hockey League team, was charged with misdemeanor counts of indecent exposure, open lewdness and disorderly conduct, as well as public drunkenness. He was released on $10,000 bail.
The AHL team suspended Smith for its second-round home playoff game tomorrow.
Also, Penguins forward Ryan Stone was charged with public drunkenness in the incident. It was Stone’s second arrest this season on that charge.
|2008-04-22||Gold_Tooth||Colts||Small-Time||Crime Link||6||Kenton Keith, a former Saskatchewan Roughriders running back and member of the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts, was arrested and jailed Sunday after an incident at an Indianapolis nightclub.
Keith, 27, was charged with misdemeanour counts of disorderly conduct, resisting law enforcement, public intoxication and contributing to the delinquency of a minor, because a man he brought to the club with him was 19.
|2008-04-17||The_Criminal||Big 12||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||I love the first sentence of this article. "BOULDER, Colo. -- University of Colorado junior linebacker Jake Duren has been dismissed from the football team following his arrest on campus." It goes on to say, "The newspaper said there was a trail of blood that linked Duren to a smashed-in window of a vehicle in a parking lot." He was obviously drunk according to the article linked in the evidence.|
|2008-04-09||Gold_Tooth||Big 10||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Penn State WR Chris Bell is accused of threatening a fellow student with a knife. Bell was arraigned before a district judge on charges of terroristic threats, simple assault, recklessly endangering another person, disorderly conduct and harassment.
According to a statement issued by PSU spokesman Jeff Nelson Tuesday, Bell has been permanently removed from the Nittany Lions’ football team.
The busts designations for this crime have been mostly supplied by The Criminal.
|2008-04-03||Gold_Tooth||Big 10||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Penn State Police filed charges yesterday against Penn State basketball player Stanley Pringle in connection with an incident involving public masturbation that occurred last Thursday in Pattee Library.
The Nittany Lion guard is being charged with open lewdness and disorderly conduct.
In the original incident report, police said the offender sat behind a woman in the stacks section of the library, attempted to start a conversation with her and then began masturbating.
Sports Information Director Brian Siegrist added Pringle is not part of any incidents of "serial masturbation."
|2008-04-02||The_Criminal||Big Sky||Small-Time||Crime Link||6||"You couldn't do damage like this with a baseball bat -- it's worse,"
The details involve three countries two criminals, and one apparently brutal beating. Below is a snippet from the article.
Two sources told The Oregonian that Morrison attacked Kyle Meagher, 23, of Lansing, Mich., early Saturday between two bars, El Squid Roe and The Zoo, in Cabo San Lucas. The attack allegedly occurred hours after Meagher (pronounced MAH-her) turned Morrison and Dominguez away from a VIP room he was overseeing as part of his work with a company called Horizon Tours.
"You couldn't do damage like this with a baseball bat -- it's worse," said Alejandro Rojas, general manager of Balboa World Class Clinic, the hospital where a cabdriver took Meagher afterward. Rojas said that it was unclear what beyond fists may have been used in the attack but that upon arriving, the 6-foot, 170-pound Meagher's lower jaw was broken in several places. He was choking on blood from severe internal bleeding.
|2008-03-21||Gold_Tooth||Big 10||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Penn State linebacker Tyrell Sales is facing charges for his alleged involvement in an incident outside a Pittsburgh nightspot. Pittsburgh police charged Sales with defiant trespass and disorderly conduct for his role in an incident at Margarita Mama’s.|
|2008-03-12||The_Criminal||Missouri Valley||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||I think the rioting fits for the Other Felony bust. I almost missed the taser usage!
Monday, March 10, 2008 2:10 PM CDT
Officers suffer broken bones
CEDAR FALLS --- Cedar Falls police said Monday afternoon that the two Cedar Falls officers involved in the altercation at The Main Event early Sunday have suffered broken bones while making arrests...
Police arrested two current and one former UNI football player on charges of rioting, disorderly conduct and interference with official acts in connection with the incident...
Keith, whose eligibility has has been used up, was Tasered by police after he allegedly charged at officers inside the business.
|2008-03-12||The_Criminal||Big South||Small-Time||Crime Link||6||the first few paragraphs in this story are hilarious. I’ve included a some of it ...
Authorities say Eric Owens, 18, and Wylie Rea, 17, had 55 mostly open or empty beer cans, a small bag of marijuana and two small marijuana smoking devices inside 113 Richardson Hall early Sunday, according to Winthrop police reports.
|2008-03-05||Gold_Tooth||Big 10||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||A third Penn State football player was charged Monday in connection with a campus fight. Defensive tackle Phil Taylor was charged Monday with felony aggravated assault and misdemeanor charges of simple assault and disorderly conduct.
I used drunk and disorderly for disorderly conduct.
|2008-02-29||The_Criminal||Big 12||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||The Aggravated Assault if because he was busted for assaulting a police officer. Oh -- He wasn't suspended. "Oklahoma State tight end Brandon Pettigrew, charged with assaulting a police officer, will remain a part of the team while his court case plays out, coach Mike Gundy said Wednesday...he pleaded not guilty to a felony charge of assault and battery on a police officer and a misdemeanor count of public intoxication. Pettigrew's next court appearance is scheduled for March 3."|
|2008-02-18||Gold_Tooth||Big 10||Small-Time||Crime Link||27||3 Indiana football players were arrested over the weekend. 2 for noise complaints at their apartment were booked for disorderly conduct at 3 AM while the 3rd, a freshman WR was found passed out in the hall of a dorm. He was busted for resisting arrest underage drinking and public intoxication.|
|2008-02-08||Trailer_Trash||Independents||Small-Time||Crime Link||3||***I substituted "drunk & disorderly" for the reckless endangerment charge for driving on the sidewalk in the middle of the night w/ his lights off***
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Notre Dame tight end Will Yeatman was charged Wednesday with misdemeanor counts of drunken driving and criminal recklessness after allegedly driving a car on a campus sidewalk with his headlights off in the early morning hours.
The charges were filed a day after Yeatman, a 19-year-old sophomore, was suspended indefinitely from the football and lacrosse teams for an undisclosed violation of team policy. He remains enrolled in school, university spokesman Dennis Brown said.
A probable cause affidavit said Yeatman, a 6-foot-6, 263-pound tight end from San Diego, was arrested at 2:49 a.m. on Jan. 28 by campus police. Yeatman, who was released on $250 cash bond, had a blood-alcohol content of 0.11 percent, said Catherine Wilson, spokeswoman for the prosecutor’s office. A blood-alcohol content of 0.08 percent is considered too drunk to drive under Indiana law.
Yeatman could not be reached for comment Wednesday because there was no telephone listing for him. A message seeking comment was left Wednesday by The Associated Press on an answering machine at the home of his parents.
Coach Charlie Weis declined to comment following a news conference Wednesday to announce signings of high school seniors to letters of intent, saying he would address the issue Friday when he holds a news conference to discuss other football topics.
If convicted of criminal recklessness, Yeatman could face up to a year in jail, Wilson said. The misdemeanor alcohol charge carries a penalty of up to 60 days in jail.
Typically, the prosecutor’s office reviews such cases to determine whether those charged qualify for a pretrial diversion program, Wilson said.
"It depends on the defendant’s criminal history, the particulars of the case and so forth," she said. "It will be determined if it is appropriate."
Yeatman is scheduled to appear in St. Joseph Superior Court on Feb. 25.
The arrest was first reported Wednesday by the South Bend Tribune, before the charges were filed. It is not unusual for it to take longer than a week between an arrest and charges formally being filed, Wilson said.
|2008-01-30||Perpetrators||Pac 10||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Washington State defensive tackle, A’l Ahmu, was arrested after trying to break into a fraternity house. Although the frat didn’t press charges against him after he paid for the damage, Ahmu was charged for "being a minor in a public place having exhibited the effects of alcohol." Ahmu is only 20. He was suspended from the football team while the coaches look into the matter.|
|2008-01-03||Trailer_Trash||America East||Small-Time||Crime Link||3||Michael Radja, a New Hampshire player, also was arrested for disorderly conduct, police said.
Radja, the leading scorer for No. 7 New Hampshire, will be suspended for at least two games, coach Dick Umile said.
|2008-01-03||Trailer_Trash||Independents||Small-Time||Crime Link||3||Commish, would you be so kind to add the North Central conference?
The University of North Dakota has suspended the leading scorer on its men’s hockey team after he was arrested over the weekend for disorderly conduct.
Junior forward T.J. Oshie, of Warroad, Minn., will miss Friday’s game at St. Cloud State for violating team rules, head coach Dave Hakstol announced Wednesday.
"Right now, it’s a one-game suspension," Hakstol said. "I can’t get into the whole situation ... I’m disappointed right now.
"Obviously, this will be a public issue," Hakstol said.
Oshie was arrested at 2:28 a.m. on Sunday, Grand Forks police said. The Sioux, ranked No. 8 in the nation, wrapped up a two-game series with visiting New Hampshire on Saturday night.
It’s the second time Oshie has been arrested since joining UND. He and former Sioux teammate Jonathan Toews, now with the Chicago Blackhawks, pleaded guilty last year to being minors in a bar. Both were placed on probation and ordered to perform community service.
|2008-01-03||Trailer_Trash||Joey Barton||Small-Time||Crime Link||18||Yahtzee!!!!!!!!!!!! I knew my boy Joey Barton would hook me up - here we go:
1 count of drunk & disorderly which is how he is clearly described below
2 counts of assault & battery for attacking 2 teenagers in the street
2 counts of child endangerment (they were only teenagers and he punched one kid unconscious)
He will miss 2 games for his actions
Footballer Joey Barton to spend New Year in a cell as court refuses bail
By LIZ HULL - More by this author »
Last updated at 21:36pm on 28th December 2007
Shamed footballer Joey Barton will spend New Year behind bars after he was remanded in custody yesterday over an alleged street fight.
The Newcastle United player was arrested in the early hours of Wednesday outside a 24-hour McDonalds following an all-night drinking session in Liverpool.
The incident could see the £45,000-a-week midfielder sacked. Sources at Newcastle said the club was examining his contract to see whether it could be terminated in light of his arrest.
Magistrates were told yesterday that Barton, 25, "snapped and lashed out" after being goaded by other diners at the McDonalds at around 5.30am. The confrontation continued outside.
Police were called after Barton was spotted on CCTV allegedly attacking two teenagers, who cannot be named for legal reasons. One of them was reportedly punched unconscious.
He was taken to hospital but has since been released.
Magistrates refused to grant Barton - whose half brother, Michael, 18, was convicted of the racist murder of Anthony Walker - bail after hearing details of two previous alleged assaults for which he is awaiting trial.
They remanded the Liverpoolborn player into custody until next Thursday, meaning he will miss two Premier League games for Newcastle.
On hearing the decision, Barton, who has made one substitute appearance for England, turned to a guard beside him and held his hands out to be cuffed.
Jayne Hughes, prosecuting, said Barton had been charged with common assault and affray. "The CCTV clearly shows Mr Barton involved in altercations with members of the public going about their business," she said.
"He was seen pacing around Church Street and lashing out indiscriminately at people walking around and standing around."
Barton’s brother, Andrew, 19, was charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm and another woman, Nadine Wilson, 27, was charged with common assault and affray.
Newcastle declined to comment, although insiders said manager Sam Allardyce was "livid".
Refusing Barton, of Widnes, Cheshire, bail magistrate Carol Myers said: "I have to consider the safety of the public - you lashed out indiscriminately."
Barton is already awaiting trial for assault next year following a training ground clash with his former team-mate at Manchester City, Ousamane Dabo.
He is also due to appear in court in Liverpool next month on a charge of criminal damage following an argument with a taxi driver in 2005.
|2008-01-02||Gold_Tooth||Big 10||Small-Time||Crime Link||9||Court records show that Coralville police arrested Myers early Sunday morning on a charge of public intoxication as well as one charge of interference with official acts. He pleaded guilty to both counts on the same day and was fined a total of $350.
Court records say that Myers fled the scene of a fight on foot at 12:06 a.m. near the Walgreens Drug Store in Coralville. After being caught by police, Myers acknowledged that he attempted to avoid arrest, records say.