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Josh Trimble's mugshot via The Roanoke Times
Brian Rody's mugshot via The Roanoke Times.
Two members of the Virginia Tech football have been arrested for using whatever technical skills they've learned in Blacksburg to detonate " a small explosive device."
"Police responded to the 1600 block of Patrick Henry Drive at 8:30 p.m.
Sunday in reference to a report of an explosion near an occupied
apartment, Blacksburg Lt. Steve Taylor said. Joshua Taylor
Trimble, 20, and Brian Frederick Rody, 19, were charged with
manufacturing and detonating an explosive device. Trimble and Rody are
members of the Virginia Tech football team.No one was injured in
the incident, according to the release. Taylor said he could not
comment on the type of the device or the reason it was detonated."
Rody is a redshirt freshman quarterback, and Trimble isa redshirt freshman linebacker. At least for the moment they are. Virginia Tech HC Frank Beame...
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The Newark Star-Ledger is reporting that two brainy walk-on Virginia Tech football players have been suspended for making and detonating an explosive device. Blacksburg police say 20-year-old Joshua Trimble and 19-year-old Brian Rody were arrested Sunday after an explosion near their apartment.
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