Two Sooners freshmen arrested
NORMAN, Okla. -- Two University of Oklahoma football players have been arrested, one on a complaint of driving under the influence and another on a municipal violation in Norman.
Police Lt. Lance Arnold said Kenneth Stills was arrested at 2:10 a.m. Saturday on a DUI complaint near campus. Arnold said Tony Jefferson was taken into custody on a complaint of interfering with official process at the same location about 2:30 a.m.
Both were taken to the Cleveland County jail and had posted bond by Saturday evening. No telephone listings for either could be found.
Jefferson is a freshman defensive back. Stills, a freshman wide receiver, picked up 516 receiving yards in the 2010 season.
OU Athletic Department spokesman Kenneth Mossman didn't immediately return a phone call or e-mail seeking comment.
Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press
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