A UCF football player is in trouble with the law and has been kicked off of the football team after an arrest this week.
According to a report from ClickOrlando, defensive back Justin Hodges, 20, and Neveah Mosher were arrested for home invasion robbery. The arrests stemmed from an armed home invasion on January 9 at a luxury apartment complex.
Hodges is allegedly one of several armed men who broke into an apartment and severely beat the occupant before robbing the residence and fleeing.
Mosher is accused of being an accomplice and giving instructions on entering the complex before the home invasion took place. She also told authorities that she was the one who knocked on the victim’s door to get them to answer.
UCF Football player Justin Hodges was dismissed from the team after being arrested in connection with an armed home invasion robbery in Orlando last week (from Anthony Talcott & Brenda Argueta @news6wkmg) https://t.co/UNzApfBqRc
— TheNdCAA (@TheNdCAA) January 20, 2023
Mosher faces a charge of home invasion robbery. Hodges faces a charge of home invasion robbery with a firearm and mask.
Hodges admitted to being involved in the home invasion but told detectives he was simply trying to retrieve some of Mosher’s belongings from the apartment.
Two other suspects remain at large.