CHARLESTON, S.c. (WSAV) – Former Jenkins soccer star and present The Citadel cornerback Javonte Middleton was arrested on a third-degree home violence cost by Citadel public security.
First report of the arrest got here from The Post and Courier and was then confirmed by WSAV.
Middleton’s arrest occurred Saturday evening. Court docket data present that he participated in a bond listening to at 10 a.m. Sunday, after which the court docket issued a surety bond of $5,237. As a situation of the bond, Middleton is just not allowed to have any contact with the alleged sufferer or any members of the sufferer’s household.
Third-degree home violence happens when somebody injures or threatens to injure a member of his or her family. Anybody convicted of third-degree home violence underneath South Carolina regulation may be sentenced to as much as 90 days in jail and face potential fines that vary from $1000 to $2500.
The Citadel’s Workplace of Communication and Advertising confirmed the arrest in a press release first issued to The Publish and Courier.
“The Citadel Division of Public Security executed an arrest warrant for home violence, third diploma, towards Cadet Javonte Middleton on Saturday, August 28 on campus. Cadet Middleton is a senior from Savannah, Georgia and is a member of the soccer group.”
Middleton, a senior, is a captain on the Bulldogs’ soccer group. Previous to attending The Citadel, he was a standout athlete at Jenkins Excessive Faculty in Savannah. He was a four-year starter for the Warriors and led them to a state quarterfinals look.
That is an unfolding story and will probably be up to date as we get extra data.