Missouri football player's arrest is team's third this season

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) _ A reserve safety on the No. 20 Missouri
football team has been arrested by campus police on suspicion of
third-degree assault.
University police said 19-year-old Gilbert Moye punched his
roommate on the chin with a closed fist Tuesday night after an
argument in their dormitory room. Moye was arrested yesterday and
released on a summons.
The 6-foot-2, 220-pound strong safety from Jasper, Texas, is
currently listed on the third- team behind senior starter Cornelius
``Pig'' Brown and reserve Justin Garrett.
The incident comes just a week after two other reserve defenders
for Missouri (4-0) were arrested by Columbia police in separate
incidents.
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Defensive lineman John Stull was arrested on a municipal assault
charge in a fight at a restaurant. Stull is on two years' probation
for a misdemeanor peace disturbance conviction from February.
Backup linebacker Steve Redmond was also arrested last week on
suspicion of throwing a nuisance party at the home he shares with
former Missouri softball player Kendra Power.
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Information from: Columbia Missourian,
http://www.columbiamissourian.com

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