Illini football staffer charged after pointing gun out of truck
URBANA, ILL. | Authorities say University of Illinois football staff member and former player Matt Sinclair has been charged after allegedly pointing an unloaded handgun at a vehicle carrying other staff members.
Champaign County State’s Attorney Julia Rietz says Sinclair was arraigned Monday on two felony counts of unlawful use of a weapon. He was arrested Saturday after Illinois’ game at Purdue.
Rietz says someone called police to report a driver pointing a gun out of a truck on Interstate 74 Police say Sinclair said he pointed the gun as a joke. muscle-damaging condition that may be caused by intense exertion.
Oudin has written on her Twitter feed that her “off season is a little paused at the moment” because of the ailment, called rhabdomyolysis, and she is “doing everything possible for a speedy” recovery.
Her agent, Sam Duvall, confirmed to the AP that Oudin sent the tweets.
Oudin, who turned 22 in September, is ranked 129th. At 17, she pulled off a series of upsets to reach the U.S. Open’s final eight.