Kentucky soccer gamers' housebreaking case goes to grand jury

LEXINGTON, Ky. — The case in opposition to six College of Kentucky soccer gamers accused of housebreaking has moved to a grand jury.

The gamers appeared in Fayette County District Court docket alongside their attorneys and members of the family.

Attorneys for Reuben Adams, Jutahn McClain, Andru Phillips, Earnest Sanders IV, Vito Tisdale, and Joel Williams waived a preliminary listening to and the case strikes to a grand jury.

Every of the six gamers is charged with housebreaking.

Tisdale additionally faces a cost of wanton endangerment.

In response to a felony grievance filed in Fayette District Court docket, the crime occurred on March 7, 2021, at a residence on Forest Park Drive in Lexington.

The grievance states that the group bought into an altercation with folks residing within the dwelling after being requested to depart a celebration.

The complainants mentioned that Tisdale pulled a handgun throughout the altercation and pointed it at an individual who lived within the dwelling.

On Friday, attorneys for all six gamers entered not responsible pleas on behalf of their purchasers. Throughout that listening to, a decide ordered the gamers to keep away from the alleged victims and the house the place the incident occurred.

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