Oakland University basketball players arrested in Los Angeles - New York News

Two Oakland University basketball players released after being arrested in Los Angeles

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LOS ANGELES (WJBK) -

A police report obtained by Fox 2 News confirms that two Oakland University basketball players were arrested Thursday morning in Los Angeles following a game with the UCLA bruins.

TMZ Sports reports that 23-year-old starting guard Duke Mondy and 20-year-old Dante Williams were arrested inside a Culver City hotel following an SVU investigation, and subsequently booked for rape.

The document Fox 2 News obtained states the two men were being held on $100,000 bail for an unknown felony.

A source at Oakland University says Mondy and Williams have been released and no charges have been filed.

OU"s head basketball coach Greg Kampe told Fox 2 ove the phone that no charges have been filed against his players.

He did say the two players involved broke curfew and that a young lady was in the room.  Kampe says he has suspended the players indefinitely.

Watch the Fox 2 News at 5:00 p.m. to hear the full interview with Kampe.

 

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