I was thinking the same thing you were when I was reading the headline.
Carr is 18 years old, with a baby by a 26 year old woman, just a recipe for disaster waiting to happen and it did.
Aquille Carr, a star basketball guard at Baltimore’s Patterson High School whose electrifying play earned him the nickname “Crimestopper,” was released from jail late Saturday after being arrested on a domestic assault charge.
Carr, 18, a 5-foot-6 point guard who was the Baltimore Sun’s two-time All-Metro player of the year, is accused of throwing his former girlfriend to the ground outside a Southeast Baltimore trade school and kicking and punching her, court records show.
The alleged victim, identified in court papers as 26-year-old Treshonda Williams, is the mother of Carr’s daughter, Averi, who was born in March.
According to court records, Williams was inside the All-State Career School on Tuesday and was receiving phone calls and text messages from Carr.
“Ms. Williams advised Mr. Carr that she does not wish to be with him anymore, and she told Mr. Carr that the relationship was over,” an officer wrote in charging documents.
Williams said Carr asked to speak with her outside the school, and she went outside. An argument erupted, and she said Carr grabbed her by her shirt and threw her to the ground. He then is accused of kicking her in the back, and punching her in the head and face before fleeing in his vehicle, according to records.
Here is the craziest part of the story beyond his nickname being the CrimeStopper, was after the alleged beat down, Carr played in a tournament and afterwards there was suppose to be an after party in his honor called…..
“Love & Basketball: Aquille Carr’s Official After Game Party”
I guess it was tough love. If Carr did what he was charged with, he should be thrown in jail, can’t put your hands on a woman just because she broke up with you.