Several DSU Football Players Arrested In Connection With U. Of Del. Burglaries
NEWARK, Del. (CBS) – University of Delaware police arrested several Delaware State football players in connection with a couple of burglaries at a residence hall on May 18.
Video game systems and laptops were stolen from two apartments in Christiana West Tower residence hall.
So far, police have recovered one laptop and a Playstation 4. Two other laptops are still missing.
University of Delaware Police, with the assistance of Delaware State University Police, identified five male suspects and arrested them on May 20 and 21.
Cameren Judge, 21; Gabriel Sherrod, 20; Rashawn Barrett, 20; and Shubasz Gordon, 23, were all charged with two counts of burglary, three counts of theft and two counts of conspiracy. Additionally, Malik Golson, 19, was charged with three counts of receiving stolen property.
Sherrod and Barrett were committed to Vaughn Correctional Center in Smyrma, Delaware in lieu of $8,500 secured bond. Judge and Gordon were released on their own recognizance.
All of the men were issued no contact orders with the victims and are banned from University of Delaware property.
Police used “Find My iPhone” app to locate one of the stolen laptops and it led them to a Delaware State dorm.
University of Delaware police say they are hoping to make at least one more arrest, the person who has the two missing laptops.
A Delaware State University spokesman released the following statement about the alleged burglaries:
“Any DSU student who is alleged to have violated the Student Code of Conduct go through a University judicial affairs process that will determine their guilt or innocence. At the end of that process if such a student is found to be in violation of the Code of Conduct it could affect his or her standing as students and their participation in student activities.”