Yes, yes, another post, another arrest.
The latest college football player to run afoul of the law is New Mexico’s Jamal Price, who the Albuquerque Journal is reporting was arrested following a domestic incidence Monday. Specifically, the offensive lineman was charged with breaking & entering and conspiracy to commit a fourth-degree felony.
The paper wrote that “[a] criminal complaint says he pushed his girlfriend and Lobo basketball player Khadijah Shumpert at her apartment on Monday night in a dispute over an ‘Apple’ television.”
Because of the arrest and subsequent charges, Price has been indefinitely suspended from the team.
“I do think there is a level of frustration that’s shared by the coaches and the players,” Lobos head coach Bob Davie said. “In fact, I know that. I know guys want to make the right decision. They understand what it takes to make the right decision and they are hurt by this. I know our football team is hurt by this.”
Price started 10 games for the Lobos in 2013. He was listed as the starting right guard on UNM’s depth chart heading into summer camp.
(Tip O the Cap: ArrestNation.com)
(Photo credit: New Mexico athletics)