A “Days Without An Arrest” ticker that had been hurtling toward the rarified air of double digits can now be set back to double zeroes.
The latest to trigger a resetting is Missouri’s Trevon Walters, with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporting that the running back was arrested Friday on a charge of stealing as well two counts of fraudulent use of a stolen credit device. No details of what led to the charges are known at the moment.
From Dave Matter‘s Post-Dispatch report:
According to Missouri law, fraudulent use of a credit device or debit device is a class A misdemeanor unless the value of the property or services obtained is $750 or more, in which case it’s a class E felony. The range of offenses for stealing is wide depending on the value of the item stolen.
The university is aware of the situation involving the redshirt sophomore, with a Mizzou official confirming that Walters has been indefinitely suspended from the team as the program gathers additional information.
Walters was a three-star member of Mizzou’s 2014 recruiting class. After redshirting as a true freshman, an injury sidelined him for the entire 2015 season.
Matter notes that Walters is one of six scholarship backs on the Tigers’ roster