ARKANSAS LINEBACKER ARRESTED FOR DEFENDING HIS SCOOTER

With gas prices soaring by the second, more and more people are finding ways around driving cars.  People are resorting to bikes, back to 90s and rollerblading, and buying scooters.  These modes of transport are very important to these money saving people, and Arkansas linebacker Wendel Davis is no different.  You just don’t mess with these scooters.  Time and time again, when will people learn?

Never mess with a man’s scooter.

Arkansas linebacker Wendel Davis faces a felony criminal mischief charge after police say he punched through the window of a car that bumped his scooter.

Davis, 19, of Sweeny, Texas is scheduled to appear before a judge July 30 over the charge, stemming from an altercation Tuesday afternoon. If convicted, Davis could face up to 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine.

A university police spokesman says Davis’ fist put dents into the car and broke its windshield. Davis was released without bond pending his court hearing.

Coach Bobby Petrino is going to wait on any suspensions or whatever after he “gets all the facts.”  For instance, why was my big burly linebacker driving a damn scooter?

Linebacker bashes window after his scooter is bumped [AJC]

UPDATE:  Now it looks like the car Davis punched was owned by a guy who had been sending threatening text messages to Davis.

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4 Responses to ARKANSAS LINEBACKER ARRESTED FOR DEFENDING HIS SCOOTER

  1. Tunez says:

    10 years for punching a car? What is that, assault on a vehicle?

  2. [...] Do not, under any circumstances, try to strong arm an Arkansas Razorback when on his scooter.  You’ll get dealt with accordingly. [...]

  3. [...] A university police spokesman says Davis’ fist put dents into the car and broke its windshield. Davis was released without bond pending his court hearing. [Blue Chip Suspect] [...]

  4. Shreela says:

    I’m guessing the Castle Doctrine doesn’t cover punching a vehicle that crashed into yours. Unless the crashing vehicle was being driven by a man already sending threatening txt messages; then maybe it could be self-defense instead of Castle Doctrine?

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