Report: Two Division II football players arrested on murder charges
Two football players at Southern Arkansas University have been arrested and charged in the murder of another student at the school, according to a report from Myarklamiss.com.
According to the report, Le’Kamerin Tolbert and Shaivonn Robinson are two of four suspects that were arrested and charged with capital murder in the shooting death of senior engineering physics major Joshua Smith on Tuesday morning. Both were current members of the Southern Arkansas football team.
The report states that the incident occurred in the parking lot of the Donald W. Reynolds Campus and Community Center at the university. Following a discussion, several shots were fired and Smith was pronounced dead at the scene. Another individual was injured and taken to a nearby hospital, where he was in stable condition.
Odies Wilson and Quincy Isaiah Lewis were also arrested and charged with murder. Wilson was also a student and a former member of the football team at Southern Arkansas.
Tolbert was a redshirt freshman linebacker and Robinson was a sophomore defensive back.
All four suspects are being held and will be arraigned on Monday at 3 p.m. The investigation is still ongoing.