Two Husker football players were cited — and one was lodged in jail — in separate incidents in the past week, according to University of Nebraska-Lincoln Police. Boaz Joseph, a reserve defensive back from Weston, Fla., and Jariah Tolbert, an incoming wide receiver recruit from New Orleans, were cited June 7 and June 12. * At about noon June 7, UNL police caught Joseph on a surveillance camera stealing a "bait bike" equipped with GPS to track bicycle thieves, according to UNL police Sgt. Dave Dibelka. Police tracked Joseph using the GPS, and cited him on suspicion of theft. He told officers "he did not want to walk to a business in the downtown area," according to the police report. * Just after midnight June 12, UNL police received a call of someone smoking marijuana on the Vine Street fields on 19th and Vine streets, Dibelka said. When an officer arrived, the person smoking took off running.
One Husker cited, another jailed in separate incidents
Lincoln Journal Star | Jun 16