COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) _ Two reserve defenders on the Missouri
football team have been arrested in separate incidents.
Columbia police say redshirt freshman and defensive lineman John
Stull was arrested early Monday on a municipal assault charge.
A 26-year-old man told police that Stull punched him in the
mouth in the parking lot of a local restaurant September 6th. The
man and he and Stull had argued over money owed from damage to an
Stull -- Missouri's No. 2 defensive end -- is on two years of
unsupervised probation for a misdemeanor peace disturbance from
School officials said today that Stull's status with the team
was being reviewed by coach Gary Pinkel.
Columbia police also arrested backup linebacker Steve Redmond
and former Missouri softball player Kendra Power early Sunday on
suspicion of throwing a nuisance party at their home. Both were
issued summons and released.
Information from: Columbia Daily Tribune,
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