Report: Police cite four Nebraska football players for throwing disorderly party
Police have cited four Nebraska football players after hosting a disorderly party, according to a report from KLKN-TV.
According to the report, police were called to the scene of a house party on Friday night. Witnesses reported loud music and approximately 45 cars parked around the area, including several that were found blocking driveways and left in no parking zones.
The tenants at the house were Antonio Butler, Jack Stoll, Matthew Farniok, and Boe Wilson, all of which are listed on Nebraska’s roster. The four players were all cited with maintaining a disorderly house. Police said that the residence had received prior warnings.
The report also states that over 100 people were inside the home and some appeared to be drinking underage. The house and yard were littered with bottles and cups, as well.