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Marshall Henderson Cited

Name: Marshall Henderson
Team: University of Mississippi (College Basketball)
Cited For: Lack of Proof of Liability Insurance

University of Mississippi basketball player Marshall Henderson was cited (May 4, 2013).

Henderson was cited after being stopped for speeding. Police allegedly found both marijuana and cocaine inside the vehicle. The amount of cocaine was less than one-tenth of a gram, which is not enough to prosecute.

Henderson was suspended indefinitely on Wednesday (July 11, 2013).

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Ashely Lowery Cited

Name: Ashely Lowery
Team: University of Kentucky (College Football)
Cited For: Driving Under the Influence, Failure to Maintain Lane, Failure to Use a Safety Belt and a Graduated License Violation

University of Kentucky safety Ashely Lowery was cited (May 4, 2013) in Georgia.

Lowery, 20, was cited after an accident that threw him from his vehicle. He had a blood-alcohol level of .139 percent.

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D.J. Key Cited

Name: D.J. Key
Team: University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (College Football)
Cited For: Vandalism

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga safety D.J. Key was cited early Sunday (July 7, 2013) morning in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Key was cited after allegedly kicking in the door to his apartment, which caused an estimated $300 in damages.

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Ernest Suttles Cited

Name: Ernest Suttles
Team: University of Nebraska (College Football)

University of Nebraska defensive end Ernest Suttles was cited Wednesday (June 26, 2013) in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Suttles was cited for allegedly assaulting a teammate. Suttles and teammate Thomas Brown have been dismissed from the football team. The dismissals came after an altercation at an off-campus party at a player’s house where Suttles allegedly assaulted his teammate David Santos.

Toni Pole Cited

Name: Toni Pole
Team: Washington State University (College Football)
Cited For: Making a False Statement to Police

Washington State University defensive tackle Toni Pole was cited Saturday (May 12, 2013) night in Pullman, Washington.

Pole was cited for allegedly making a false statement to police.

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Austin Seferian-Jenkins Cited

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Name: Austin Seferian-Jenkins
Team: University of Washington (College Football)
Charge: Driving Under the Influence

University of Washington tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins was cited Saturday (March 9, 2013) night in Washington.

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Kevin Henderson Cited

Kevin Henderson Cited (February 3, 2013)

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Name: Kevin Henderson
Team: University of Montana (College Basketball)
Cited For: Blood Alcohol Content Greater Than 0.02 Percent, Driving With a Broken Tail Light

University of Montana forward Kevin Henderson was cited Sunday (February 3, 2013) night in Missoula, Montana.

Henderson, 20, was cited after a traffic stop. On Monday, he pleaded not guilty in Missoula Municipal Court.

In Montana it is illegal for a person under 21 to drive with a blood alcohol content higher than 0.02 percent.

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Michael Beasley Cited

Name: Michael Beasley
Team: Phoenix Suns (NBA)
Cited For: Driving With a Suspended License, Driving With Excessive Speed, Driving With Expired Registration, Failure to Display a License Plate on the Rear of the Vehicle

Phoenix Suns forward Michael Beasley was cited Friday (January 25, 2013) in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Beasley, 24, was cited after being pulled over for speeding.

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Ben Heeney Cited

Ben Heeney Cited (January 13, 2013)

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Name: Ben Heeney
Team: University of Kansas (College Football)
Cited For: Battery

University of Kansas linebacker Ben Heeney was cited on Sunday (January 13, 2013) in Lawrence, Kansas.

Heeney, 20, was cited after an incident at Tonic nightclub in which he allegedly battered employees after they asked him to leave.

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Sergio Romo Cited

Name: Sergio Romo
Team: San Francisco Giants (MLB)
Cited For: Violation of Airport Rules

San Francisco Giants relief pitcher Sergio Romo was cited on Tuesday (January 1, 2013) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Romo was issued a citation at the Las Vegas airport after a disturbance. Romo allegedly got in a heated argument with a TSA agent after failing to produce ID to clear security.

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