Strength is needed in a good defensive lineman, but showing too much strength off the field can lead to trouble. According to Larry Brown Sports via the Daily Camera, Samson Kafovalu, a 19-year-old freshman, received a ticket from Boulder police on Friday night after cops say he tried to force his way into a frat party.
A police report says Kafovalu was told by a security guard at the Kappa Sigma fraternity that he was not on the list for the event.
The guard said he shouted and tried to force his way in before yelling, “Don’t (expletive) do this (expletive), I’ll (expletive) kill you.”
The police also stated that Kafovalu knocked over a short brick wall while his friends were trying to push him back. He reportedly caused $300 worth of damage.
Officers noticed Kafovalu appeared to be intoxicated, and that he registered a .120 on a breathalyzer, which is more than the legal limit for driving.
Kafovalu was issued a summons on charges of threatening bodily injury, trespassing, consumption of alcohol by a minor and use of fighting words. He was allowed to leave the scene.