Report: Violation of pandemic-related restrictions could result in citations for two Husker football players
Two Nebraska football players could be facing citations for violating pandemic-related restrictions, according to multiple reports.
KOLN reported that Corbin Ruth and Riley Moses were cited on Saturday for maintaining a disorderly house. The Lincoln Police Department dispatched officers after reports of a loud party in progress. When the officers arrived, they heard loud music coming from the home and found containers of alcohol in the yard.
It’s the second time this month officers have been called to the home.
Per the report, police also stated that there was a violation of the 10-person limit that has been put in place by the Lancaster County Directed Health Measure. Both Ruth and Moses were given a citation on the most recent issue. When officers were called to the house on May 7, no citation was given.
Ruth is a junior running back for the Huskers who transferred from Northwest Missouri State. Moses is a redshirt freshman offensive lineman who walked on to the team last year.