After relative calm on the arrest front for three weeks, college football players have gotten back down of late to the business of getting arrested.
The latest fitted for a pair of handcuffs is Tulsa’s Zach Webb, who was arrested on multiple charges following an on-campus incident Thursday afternoon. According to Tulsa’s NBC affiliate, university police were called to Webb’s residence for what was only described as a conduct complaint.
Upon a search of the residence, officers found “a firearm, multiple pills, a scale and smoking device, ammunition, and a pill bottle not prescribed to Webb.” The pills contained in the bottle ultimately tested positive for Ecstasy.
Webb was ultimately charged with possession of firearms and drug paraphernalia. Because of the charges, Webb was dismissed from the football program by new head coach Philip Montgomery.
Webb was a two-star member of the Golden Hurricane’s 2013 recruiting class. He took a redshirt as a true freshman, then didn’t see any action in 2014.
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