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West Virginia sophomore defensive lineman Korey Harris has reportedly been dismissed from the team after being arrested late last week.
According to multiple reports, the already-suspended lineman has been charged with first-degree armed robbery. The robbery allegedly happened July 12 in Morgantown and involved breaking into a home, holding two residents at gunpoint and stealing cash and electronics, according to a report on WBOY-TV.
While his dismissal from the team has not been officially announced, WV MetroNews reported that WVU football sports information director Mike Montoro said, "We have no comment on individuals who aren't with the West Virginia football program," when asked about the incident. The report also noted that Harris has been removed from the team's online roster.
The story further states that "a relative said one of the victims recognized Harris, who was wearing his WVU-issued sweatpants with the No. 96 on them."
Harris was suspended from the team for the spring semester for undisclosed reasons.
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West Virginia defensive lineman Korey Harris was reportedly arrested for a home invasion. You'll never believe how he got caught.
No. 96 in your program, No. 1 in your police lineup.
West Virginia defensive lineman Korey Harris might as well have worn a T-shirt that said, "I am Korey Harris" when he allegedly participated in an armed robbery in Morgantown.
Police say Harris and two others robbed residents of a home at gunpoint. A victim said Harris was one of the robbers. How did the victim know...
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West Virginia defense end Korey Harris was already suspended from the team for the spring semester. It appears that Harris’ career in Morgantown is now over.
WV Metro News is reporting that Harris has been kicked off the team after being arrested for armed robbery. Harris and two other...
Suspended defensive lineman Korey Harris was arrested over the weekend on charges of first-degree armed robbery. As a result, he was kicked off the West Virginia football team.
Back on the 12th is when the robbery allegedly happened when it is reported that Harris and two others went into a Morgantown home and held two people at gunpoint- leaving with cash...
West Virginia has kicked Korey Harris off their football team after an arrest for armed burglary.
According to a report issued by the Morgantown Police Department, Harris was one of three suspects who broke in to a residence on July 12 and held those inside at gunpoint while burglarizing the house.
Harris was arrested on Friday after being identified by a victim who noticed his No...
Korey Harris has been dismissed from the West Virginia football team after he robbed a house wearing his team-issued No. 96 sweatpants.
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