Hofstra MBB Burglary Scandal Develops More Devastating Controversy

Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE

The news about the Hofstra Pride men’s basketball team burglary scandal keeps getting more and more outrageous by the day. After a weekend full of drama and angst, more has ensued following the four players in question on Friday.

For those who haven’t been following the story, Hofstra’s Shaquille Stokes, Jimmy Hall, Dallas Anglin and Kentrall Washington were arrested and charged for mass burglary scandal that connected six burglaries on Hofstra’s campus.

Stokes was charged with five counts of second-degree burglary, Hall was charged with four counts, Washington with two and Anglin with one. In midst of all this drama within the Hofstra basketball program, the team has removed the four players from their listed roster on the website. At one point, Hofstra head coach, Mo Cassara, was even considered to be one of the victim’s of the burglaries. However, it was later reported that the coach’s missing items had been discovered lost in the spring, before the players had even arrived on campus.

The rest of the news to come out about this scandal was caught on video.

For the players’ trial, parents and many relatives of the four young men being tried were present for support and the witness the arraignment. Following the trial. One of the relatives was being filmed up-close and personal by a cameraman, while also attempting to cover his face. Things got ugly between the cameraman and relative, as you can see in the following video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8QCewmx12Vw&feature=player_embedded

 

Jake Fischer is the CAA Correspondent for Rant Sports-NCAA Basketball. Make sure to follow Jake on Twitter @fischsportsline

 

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