Another day, another college football player (or two) on the wrong end of a pair of handcuffs.
The latest to trigger a resetting of the “Days Without An Arrest” ticker are linebacker N.J. Falo and running back Dino Gordon, a pair of Colorado Buffaloes who, according to the Boulder Daily Camera, were arrested very early Thursday morning on multiple charges related to an alleged dorm-room theft. The modern-day Bonnie & Clod were officially charged with suspicion of second-degree burglary, theft between $2,000 and $4,999, drug possession and second-degree trespassing.
A university police spokesperson told the Daily Camera that Falo and Gordon are alleged to have stolen prescription drugs, laptops, video games and other electronics from a dorm room earlier this month.
As a result of the arrests, both players have been indefinitely suspended from the football program.
Falo played in seven games last season as a true freshman. Gordon took a redshirt as a true freshman in 2015.
Gordon and Falo are the third and fourth football Buffaloes to be arrested this offseason.
In mid-March, defensive lineman Nathaniel Robbins was arrested on a whopping 18 charges after a domestic dispute ended with him allegedly tackling police officers. Earlier this month, defensive lineman Samson Kafovalu was arrested on an obstruction charge.