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ND WR Tased After Threatening to Kill Cops (Mugshot)

by Greg Smith | Posted on Tuesday, June 17th, 2014
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On the list of things that will get you tased by the police, head-butting a cop and threatening to kill them is possibly number one. Notre Dame WR Will Mahone did exactly that according to the South Bend Tribune:

Police say an officer advised Mahone to calm down and get on the ground, to which Mahone responded with, “(Expletive), white boy.” Police say an officer then took Mahone to the ground, but he repeatedly resisted arrest. Once Mahone finally was able to be handcuffed, police claim, he responded, “(Expletive), you white piece of (expletive). Takes these cuffs off and I’ll kill you. I’ll (expletive) kill you.”

As Mahone was being led to the cruiser, police allege, he began to scream and shout and tried to pull away. Mahone is further accused of whipping his head back in an aggressive manor, striking a police officer on his forehead. Police accuse Mahone of trying to kick police after they again took him to the ground. At that point, an officer drive-stunned Mahone to gain compliance. As he was being taken to the cruiser, Mahone is accused of continually yelling, “Take these cuffs off, and I’ll kill all of you.”

Once placed in the cruiser, Mahone allegedly violently kicked the window in the back seat of the cruiser and had to be drive-stunned again. While police were outside interviewing witnesses, Mahone allegedly began to spit on the windows and the seats of the cruiser, at which time a spit net was applied over Mahone’s head.

Yup that will do it. ND Head Coach Brian Kelly has suspended Mahone indefinitely. He was arrested on three felony charges and two misdemeanors. Don’t expect to see him in a ND uniform this year.

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