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Sun Devil suspended following arrest on felony sex charge

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A felony arrest has led to the indefinite suspension of Arizona State freshman Ramon Abreu, ASUDevils.com is reporting.

According to the website, Abreu was arrested recently and charged with felony sexual conduct with a minor.  The incident or incidents allegedly took place while Abreu and the victim were in high school.

The school was not aware of the potential legal situation facing the defensive back when they made him a member of their 2010 recruiting class.  Citing privacy laws, ASU officials would not comment any further other than to state that Abreu had been suspended.

Abreu, who was rated as the No. 10 player in the state of Arizona by Rivals.com,  did not play last season, instead taking his redshirt.

(Tip O’ the Cap: Arizona Republic)

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2 Responses to “Sun Devil suspended following arrest on felony sex charge”
  1. sprtman says: Jan 30, 2011 11:38 AM

    Looks like Tiger Woods. The earlier we can get these animals in prison the better off society will be. Thats why my children are in private school, so they do not have to be associated with these animals.

  2. onefamily1 says: Apr 30, 2011 2:51 PM

    You Ignorant, Ignorant, FOOL! You obviously were the ugly, fat kid who sat in the back of the classroom unable to fit into or be accepted by any group of kids. (Maybe your personality was the problem?????)
    Take a real gook look at your own children’s actions. How naive can you possibly be? Do you actually believe that PRIVATE SCHOOLS protect your kids from sex, drugs, and anything else they choose do? WAKE UP! My first grader has more common sense than you. I pity the people who have to wake up to you in their home. Remember the old saying, “What goes around, comes around”. Good Luck

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