The offseason is just getting started, and another SEC football player has been arrested.
Missouri redshirt freshman WR Levi Copelin was arrested Thursday by university police and charged with disturbing the peace, a Class B misdemeanor.
According to the St. Louis Dispatch, Copelin was arrested at the student union when he went to get a new student ID. The campus employee told Copelin his account was on hold, and the employee then said Copelin ‘made comments the staff found threatening’, according to university police.
This is Copelin’s second arrest while at Mizzou. He was arrested in 2012 on suspicion of marijuana. Copelin is Missouri’s second player who has been arrested this offseason. Dorial Green-Beckham was arrested earlier this month on suspicion of felony drug activity.
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