Washington State running back Teondray Caldwell was arrested on May 7 on suspicion of assault and burglary stemming from an April 28 incident at a Pullman residence.
KQQQ 1150-AM in Pullman reported that Caldwell and a group of WSU football players were denied entry to a party, and that Caldwell allegedly struck a man sitting on the porch.
A Pullman Police spokesperson said police responded to a citizen dispute on April 28, but the suspect had left the area when officers arrived and the alleged victims did not want to press charges or assist in the investigation.
But after a series of conversations and interviews, police arrested Caldwell, a sophomore from Los Angeles, on May 7 on suspicion of first-degree burglary and second-degree assault.
Charges have not been filed. KQQQ reported that Caldwell is due in Whitman County Superior Court this morning, but it’s unclear whether Caldwell will have to appear. Caldwell rushed for 229 yards as a freshman last season and served as the team’s primary kick returner. A WSU spokesman said coaches will handle the matter internally, as is customary under coach Mike Leach.
Caldwell, who is one of several WSU players who have apparently rejoined Twitter in recent days, wrote on his Twitter page Thursday: “All these allegations but none of it is true! Don’t believe the media. I’m in good hands.”
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