Out of Bounds: OSU TE Violates Parole

POSTED BY: News Department
Tuesday, May 4, 2004 - 09:39 PM
1 / 1

A Franklin County Municipal Judge ordered a suspended Ohio State football player to remain in jail Tuesday.

Louis Irizarry pleaded not guilty to felony burglary charges earlier this week. But Judge James Green said Irizarry violated his parole from an arrest last fall, so he was to be held without bond.

Irizarry, a 19-year-old sophomore tight end, served three days in jail and was ordered to complete community service after being convicted of assault, negligent assault and disorderly conduct last fall.

Police arrested Irizarry and running back Ira Guilford Saturday and charged them with felony burglary.

Both pleaded not guilty on Monday and Guilford was released on $25,000 bond.

Both players are suspended from the Buckeyes indefinitely.

For the best experience, use one of the following browsers:      Mozilla Firefox | Google Chrome | Apple Safari
Follow Us:  WHIZ-TV      Z92 Radio      AM1240      @WHIZnewscom      @WHIZweather      @Z92Radio