Missouri sophomore running back Trevon Walters was arrested Friday night in Columbia, Missouri, after allegedly stealing and using a stolen credit device.
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Walters Suspended Indefinitely by Missouri
Saturday, Aug. 13
According to Dave Matter of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Walters is facing three charges in total, which includes stealing and two counts of fraudulently using a credit device.
Mizzou spokesman Chad Moller said Walters is indefinitely suspended until more details surface regarding his case.
Per Matter, Walters was held at the Boone County Sheriff Department at a total bond of $5,500.
After getting redshirted as a freshman in 2014, he missed the entire 2015 campaign because of a torn ACL suffered in spring practice.
The 21-year-old Bradenton, Florida, native was set to earn his first playing time as a collegiate player in 2016 and may have had an opportunity to work his way into the regular running back rotation.
If Walters’ suspension persists, returning leading rusher Ish Witter figures to receive the bulk of the carries for the Tigers.
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