Two Missouri football players arrested in separate Incidents

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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
apartment.
Stull -- Missouri's No. 2 defensive end -- is on two years of
unsupervised probation for a misdemeanor peace disturbance from
February 2006.
School officials said today that Stull's status with the team
was being reviewed by coach Gary Pinkel.
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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.
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Information from: Columbia Daily Tribune,

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