LSU RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire and a Second Participant Detained, Referred to as 911 After Deadly Taking pictures

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Two LSU gamers have been detained on Saturday in Louisiana after a supposed “Craigslist deal” went dangerous. LSU working again Clyde Edwards-Helaire, who was anticipated to play for the Tigers within the Fiesta Bowl and has 626 yards in 136 makes an attempt this season, is among the gamers concerned.

Per The Advocate:

One particular person was discovered fatally shot within the again seat of a truck Saturday afternoon within the Scotlandville space, and police have detained the 2 LSU athletes who have been additionally within the automobile for questioning, mentioned Baton Rouge police spokesman Sgt. L’Jean McKneely.

A supply with data of the investigation confirmed that LSU soccer participant Clyde Edwards-Helaire is among the athletes who was taken in for questioning. The supply spoke on the situation of anonymity due to the continuing investigation.

The 2 LSU athletes referred to as 911 after the taking pictures and waited on the scene for police, McKneely mentioned. They continue to be in police custody, however McKneely mentioned they haven’t been arrested. He wouldn’t touch upon a doable motive within the taking pictures. He additionally didn’t establish anybody concerned within the taking pictures.

LSU AD Joe Alleva launched the next assertion concerning the incident:

“We have now at this time been in fixed contact with legislation enforcement concerning this horrible scenario. Proper now, our concern is for the protection and well-being of our pupil athletes. They’ve been concerned in a traumatic incident and we now have made our counselors out there to help instantly. All questions concerning the investigation needs to be directed to legislation enforcement right now.”

Edwards-Helaire is LSU’s second main rusher behind Nick Brosette.

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In response to Baton Rouge ABC affiliate WBRZ Sports activities Director Michael Cauble, the incident is at the moment being labeled as “justifiable self-defense.”

This can be a growing story and if there may be new data we’ll replace this submit.


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