WTF? Former SEC Offensive Lineman Turns Himself For Stealing Earphones & Cable – in 2008! [Cuff 'Em]
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Now, make sure you read this very carefully.
Mathew Hall, 22, was arrested on suspicion of breaking and entering and theft of property. He was released Wednesday from the Washington County Detention Center on $2,500 bond. Hall joined the University of Arkansas football team in 2008 as an offensive lineman. He transferred to Mississippi in 2010, but lives in Dardanelle.
Police said Hall broke into a pickup truck on North Queen Annes Lace Drive in August 2008 and stole a pair of Apple iPod earphones and an auxiliary cable.
Hall turned himself in to authorities this week, according to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office website.
That’s right, Hall did the right thing and turned himself in for stealing earphones and an auxiliary cable – FROM 2008. Just imagine the guilt Hall had been living with. Imagine the guilt he felt every time those earphones were pushed into his auditory canal.
Never a dull moment with these SEC characters.
This isn’t Hall’s first run-in with cops this year.
According to the Clarion-Ledger (Miss.), Hall had much more serious issues in April that ultimately led to him leaving the Ole Miss football team.
Former Ole Miss offensive lineman Matt Hall was charged with some quite serious crimes over the weekend.
Hall, 21, was arrested around 1:30 a.m. Sunday on the following charges, according to Oxford Police Department chief Mike Martin: DUI, simple assault, domestic violence, failure to yield and malicious mischief.
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