Found November 03, 2011 on
The State Attorney's Office has decided not to charge Florida defensive tackle Dominique Easley and former Alabama defensive back Reggie Myles for their roles in an altercation last month.
Myles filed a sworn complaint alleging that Easley attacked him outside Ben Hill Griffin Stadium after Alabama beat Florida 38-10 on Oct. 1.
University Police sought misdemeanor battery charges against Easley and criminal mischief, larceny and disorderly conduct against Myles for his actions while being interviewed at the scene.
State Attorney Bill Cervone says conflicting witness testimony about the incident was the main factor in his decision not to seek charges. Cervone also says some of the people involved were impaired by alcohol and had trouble remembering events. Easley's refusal to speak to police also was a factor.
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Florida DT Dominique Easley and former Alabama CB Reggie Myles avoid formal charges for scuffle outside The SwampGAINESVILLE – The State Attorney's office announced Thursday that it will not seek formal charges against Florida DT Dominique Easley or former Alabama CB Reggie Myles in relation to sworn complaints filed against the two.
The Florida Gators had a brutal month of October and hope to start turning it around on Saturday in The Swamp against Vanderbilt for Homecoming. Four straight losses have the team down and Bob Redman and Denny Courson talk about what is going on with this team heading into the SEC East match up. Check out this audio link for the latest segment of 'Gators and More' with Hollywood Bob.
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The Florida Gators received an influx of talent on the perimeter this year that will make them one of the best back courts, if not the best back court in the country. Junior transfer Mike Rosario and freshman Brad Beal are two big time players that displayed their skills Thursday night in their first exhibition games as Gators. Here are some video highlights of their play.
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