Mike McNeil One of Four Auburn Players Arrested on 1st Degree Robbery

These guys obviously didn’t see the movie “Takers” because their execution of the robbery was awful.  Mike McNeil, Shaun Kitchens, Antonio Goodwin and Dakota Mosley are your future license plate makers who are accused of a home invasion.

I cannot confirm or deny they were stealing stuff for Cecil Newton’s church.

Four Auburn football players have been arrested and charged with five counts of first-degree robbery, according to the Auburn Police Department. Coach Gene Chizik have “permanently dismissed” the players from the team.

Chizik said: “The players arrested in connection with this deeply troubling incident have been permanently dismissed from our football team.  While we realize the legal process will run its course and these young men have a right for their case to be heard, playing for Auburn University is an honor and a privilege. It is not a right.

According to a press release from the Auburn Police, “According to the five victims present, three black males entered the residence with one displaying a handgun.  Personal property was stolen during the incident.  No injuries were reported… Officers stopped the vehicle in the 1200 block of Wire Road and four suspects were taken into custody.  A pistol and the stolen property was recovered at the scene.”
Playing at Auburn is an honor and privilege, not a right— unless the player can lead you to a BCS Championship game.  I don’t have a problem with Auburn kicking the players off the team because anytime there is weapon involved, that is a serious offense—but please don’t act like there is some sort of honor among thieves.
Don’t be hypocrites Auburn, just tell the truth.

4 thoughts on “Mike McNeil One of Four Auburn Players Arrested on 1st Degree Robbery

  • Well now that they have been kicked out of school they're free to pursue a full time life of crime and plently of jail time…..

  • These guys didn't watch "The Town" either.

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