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Iowa State TE public intoxication leads to tasing

Pierce Richardson was just having a normal college weekend of debauchery. Unfortunately, it ended in front of police. The redshirt freshman TE for the Iowa State Cyclones was reportedly passed out on the third floorhallway at the Chamberlain Lofts complex. The police were called to deal with the 6’4 230LB football player, and when they arrived, they shook him to wake him up....
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Iowa St. tight end arrested, has a "Don't tase me, bro!" moment.

Pierce Richardson. Iowa State tight end Pierce Richardson found himself on the wrong side of the law last weekend. He also found himself on the wrong side of a taser. "According to the complaint and affidavit, an Ames Police officer responded to a call made at 2:19 a.m. regarding a male that was passed out in the third-floor hallway at the Chamberlain Lofts complex...
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