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Arkansas Razorbacks: Arkansas OL Jason Peacock was arrested today for Felony Theft of Property today by University police. He posted bail at 7:45 A.M. this morning on $2,500 bond. His hearing has been set for Monday. Jason Peacock is listed as 1st-string during preseason. He started [...]
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Arkansas offensive lineman Jason Peacock has been arrested for theft of property.
Peacock was arrested by university police Friday night and booked into the Washington County Detention Center with a bond of $2,500. A university police spokesman said Peacock's arrest report wasn't immediately available.
The 23-year-old offensive tackle has a court date set for Monday.
Arkansas offensive lineman Jason Peacock was arrested Friday night for using a stolen debit card to buy approximately $35 worth of gas.
Peacock was arrested by university police and booked into the Washington County Detention Center with a bond of $2,500. The 23-year-old offensive tackle was charged with theft of property, a Class D Felony, and has a court date set for Monday.
Camp Opens: March 14Spring Game: April 21
Simply put, the 2011 season was the one that Bobby Petrino had been building for since he arrived in Fayetteville. His team returned most of its defense, and a handful of explosive offensive playmakers to compliment new quarterback Tyler Wilson. But before the season could even begin, the Hogs best player- running back Knile Davis- suffered...
If this were a Georgia player being arrested for felony theft of property, we would be bombarded with blog posts asserting that Mark Richt cannot control his team. Why should other coaches not get the same treatment?
According to Matt Jones of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, offensive tackle Jason Peacock (pictured, No. 71) was arrested Friday and hit with one charge of...
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The No. 4-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks used a five-run third inning en route to an 8-4 Southeastern Conference victory over the Alabama baseball team on Saturday afternoon from Baum Stadium. With the loss, the Crimson Tide falls to 8-11 overall and 0-2 in SEC play. Arkansas improves to 18-2 overall and 2-0 in conference action.
Arkansas uses its Thursday spring practice to see what defensive end Tenarius Wright looks like at linebacker while freshman tight end Demetrius Dean continues to impress head coach Bobby Petrino.