Four Arizona Wildcats Arrested After House Party Brawl

According to a report from the Daily Wildcat, four Arizona Wildcat football players were arrested last Friday night for allegedly taking part in a brawl at a Tucson house party.

Make the jump for details.

According to local police, cornerback Jourdon Grandon, offensive tackle Fabbians Ebbele and offensive lineman Eric Bender were arrested on charges of criminal trespassing in the first degree and assault, while safety Jared Tevis was arrested on trespassing charges. All are currently sophomores at Arizona.

Reports state all players in question were asked to leave the party because they were not invited, causing former safety Joshua Roberts to punch a woman in the face, starting the brawl.

The players left after the brawl, stating "we will be back with our homies." A short time later, the players returned "in a group of between 10 and 30," and a man later identified as sophomore offensive tackle Fabbians Ebbele forcibly entered the home and "began punching everybody he could reach," according to the report.

Two residents of the home told police they want to press charges, but no further action has occurred as of yet.

For more on the Wildcats, head over to AZ Desert Swarm.

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