Saturday, March 26, 2016

BYU Tight End Josh Weeks Suspended For Allegedly Violating Stalking Injunction.

Josh Weeks (18). Image via The Salt Lake Tribune. 

The Deseret News is reporting that BYU tight end Josh Weeks has been suspended by the school. The action by the school follows Weeks arrest last Monday after that he violated what is being referred to as a "stalking injunction."

According to The Salt Lake City Tribune, Weeks violated a stalking injunction that was allegedly taken out against him by a female student at Utah Valley University on March 4. It reportedly barred Weeks from approaching "the woman's home, work, school and vehicle.

BYU spokeswoman Carri Jenkins says that Weeks remains enrolled at BYU, but school officials are reviewing the incident.

Stalking is considered a Class A misdemeanor for first-time offenders under Utah state law.

Weeks played in two games during the 2015 season. He had previously been on a two-year Mormon mission.

(via The Deseret News, HT: College Football Talk)

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