Anthony Brown and Myles Slusher, two football players of the Arkansas Razorbacks, were arrested on Sunday just hours after they lost their homecoming game against the Liberty Flames with a scoreline of 19-21.

The arrests were made at 2 AM on Sunday, and the pair were later released at around 9 AM after posting bonds of $265 against charges of disorderly conduct. 

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Sam Pittman, the Razorbacks coach, told KNWA, “We are aware of the incident involving Anthony Brown and Myles Slusher. We are in the process of gathering information from the proper authorities. Once we have that information, we will determine their status with our team.”

The officer with whom the pair allegedly misbehaved said he was trying to disperse a group of people who had gathered on Fayetteville’s North West Avenue when Brown refused to obey and even pushed the former when he grabbed the football player’s sleeve.

He alleged that Slusher then grabbed him and “attempted to pull him away from Brown.”

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The police report states, “Brown was taken to the ground and taken into custody,” further adding, “Brown engaged in fighting behavior, congregated with two or more other people in a public place refusing to comply with a lawful order to disperse, and obstructed vehicular traffic in a public place.”

The 20-year-old Slusher was reportedly questioned for his name several times but resisted giving it. According to the police report, the arresting officer stated that Slusher did give his name and birthdate as a transport vehicle arrived at the scene.

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Later on Sunday morning, Brown and Slusher were freed after being taken to the Washington County Detention Center. Both of them are facing charges of disorderly behaviour. The pair will appear in court in December.