Florida freshmen wide receivers Tyrie Cleveland and Rick Wells were arrested early Monday morning, according to MugshotGainesville.com.
Both receivers were booked at the Alachua County jail. According to the website, Cleveland and Wells were each charged with damaging property of $1,000 or more and an illegal possession of a weapon.
The two players currently are in Alachua County Jail and charged with two felony counts.
Here’s the report from the Orlando Sentinel.
A UF Police Department report said an officer was sent to Keys Residential at 11:30 p.m. Sunday and observed three windows had been shattered and had a small, round hole in each. Video surveillance revealed two males shooting at someone at around 6:45 p.m. Sunday.
The officier identified the men with their ID cards to be Cleveland and Wells. Wells admitted his wrongdoing to the offider and turned over the BB gun. The two players then were arrested and booked at 3:38 a.m.
Both receivers enrolled at UF in June. Cleveland, a Houston native, rated as a four-star prospect and was the No. 2 wide receiver for the 2016 national recruiting class. Wells was a three-star prospect and is from Jacksonville.
Source: Saturday Down South