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Trevone Boykin Arrest: Fighting a Felony Assault Charge

Recently, Texas Christian University star quarterback Trevone Boykin was suspended for the Alamo Bowl following his arrest in San Antonio on felony charges of hitting a public servant. The arrest made widespread headlines in the sports world, as Boykin missed his team curfew and the game. The altercation with police officers occurred at Pat O’Brien’s sports bar, at around 1:52 a.m., a half-mile away from the team hotel. Boykin allegedly struck an officer, possibly inadvertently, after getting into an altercation with bar patrons and employees, with the officer reportedly suffering bruises and an abrasion. As of last week, San Antonio police chief William McManus said his agency was still investigating the incident. “We don’t know whether he was swinging at the officer or whether he was swinging at somebody behind him,” McManus said, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “I don’t know. But in any event, the officer was struck in…
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