News broke back on Sunday that Ohio State Buckeyes running back Bri'onte Dunn had been reportedly arrested during a traffic stop. It seems that those reports were slightly exaggerated, as more details came out later into the night revealing that he had only been cited rather than arrested.
As reported by CantonRep.com, Dunn was cited during a traffic stop because he was wearing no seat-belt and was found to have drug paraphernalia with him. Neither of the two citations against him are likely to bring too many repercussions because they were both misdemeanors. According to the article, there has been no comment yet from the school itself:
Ohio State football spokesman Jerry Emig said the school has no comment because it was still in the information-gathering and fact-finding phase. Buckeye Head Coach Urban Meyer was unavailable to comment because he is on a retreat with his coaching staff.
Dunn is expected to provide some touches on the ball for the Buckeyes in his freshman year, unless he has any more problems during the off season.
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