Boise State fresh­man guard ar­rested af­ter fight

Albuquerque Journal - - CLASSIFIEDS -

BOISE, Idaho — A Boise State Univer­sity fresh­man guard has been ar­rested and charged with two mis­de­meanors af­ter fight­ing with a bar em­ployee who asked him to leave be­cause he’s un­der­age, po­lice said.

Jayc­son Be­real, 19, was booked early Sun­day and charged with bat­tery and a loi­ter­ing-re­lated charge, ac­cord­ing to on­line ar­rest records from the Ada County Sher­iff’s Of­fice.

Be­real was in a 21-and-over bar, ac­cord­ing to a Boise po­lice ar­rest re­port, and “when an em­ployee at the busi­ness found out the sus­pect’s age, the sus­pect was asked to leave and the sus­pect be­gan phys­i­cally fight­ing with the em­ployee, ul­ti­mately bat­ting him.”

He was also cited for pos­ses­sion and/or con­sump­tion of al­co­hol by a mi­nor, po­lice said.

“At this point we are not clear on the de­tails, but from what we know it was a mis­un­der­stand­ing and we hope it gets worked out soon,” his father, Jayc­son Be­real, Sr. told the Idaho Press.

The school’s ath­letic depart­ment says in a state­ment that “Boise State is aware of last night’s in­ci­dent, and will han­dle ap­pro­pri­ately per depart­ment pol­icy.”

The 6-foot-6 guard was a touted prospect out of Booker T. Washington High School in Tulsa, Ok­la­homa.

Be­real is red­shirt­ing this sea­son. He hasn’t at­tended the past few games to fo­cus on school work.

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