Four Alabama football players have been arrested after a pair of campus robberies. The arrests include three players that played in 13 games last season, according to a report from Wednesday morning (Feb. 13). The robberies reportedly took place early Tuesday morning (Feb. 12).
Defensive lineman Dennis "D.J." Pettway, linebacker Tyler Hayes, defensive back Eddie Williams and running back Brent Calloway are the four Crimson Tide players facing charges. The program has already taken the step to suspend all four players indefinitely and some of the allegations against them are pretty bad.
The police report states that Pettway, Hayes, and Williams punched and kicked a student shortly after midnight Monday until he was unconscious. They allegedly then stole the student's backpack which contained a laptop as well. It didn't end there, though, as Williams allegedly then beat up another student until he was unconscious and took his wallet. Calloway allegedly joined by using the second victim's debit card to buy snacks from a vending machine.
Williams, Pettway, and Hayes were charged with robbery stemming from the incidents. Williams and Calloway with charged with using a debit card fraudulently and all four were booked into Tuscaloosa County Jail before posting bail.
Having four Alabama players getting arrested certainly isn't good for the program, but it looks like they are taking the actions of these players very seriously.
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