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Another reason Keystone is bad for us.
« Opened on September 22, 2015, 09:57:33 AM »

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Two TCU players arrested on felony robbery charges Two TCU football players were arrested Monday afternoon on robbery charges. According to NBCDFW.com, senior defensive end Mike Tuaua and freshman wide receiver Andre Petties-Wilson are both accused of assaulting and robbing three male students on Friday Sept. 4 and are charged with "felony complaint of robbery and bodily injury.
The alleged victims told police they were “beaten outside a party” and the attackers stole their case of Keystone Light beer.
From NBCDFW.com:
 
In a campus crime alert issued after the theft, TCU police said three people had shown up uninvited at the party, got kicked out and then attacked three TCU students and stole a case of beer.
 
Medics treated one of the students at the scene and transported another to a nearby hospital with minor injuries, said MedStar spokesman Matt Zavadsky.
 
The attackers were described as muscular, at least 6 feet tall and between 18-years-old and 21-years-old. One of the three had long bushy hair, police said. Tuaua is known for his unruly hair.
 
According to ESPN, Tuaua, who was arrested before Petties-Wilson, has been suspended from the team. Tuaua started five games for the Horned Frogs in 2014 but has not played in the team’s past two games.
Petties-Wilson redshirted in 2014 and made his debut against Minnesota in Week 1. Like Tuaua, he has not played the past two weeks.
The third-ranked Horned Frogs open their Big 12 schedule this weekend at Texas Tech.


http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/ncaaf-dr-saturday/2-tcu-players-arrested-on-felony-robbery-charges-234343934.html
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