menu is reporting that LSU freshmen football players Trey Lealaimatafao and Davon Godchaux were arrested last week by campus police.

LSU police Capt. Cory Lalonde said that Lealaimatafao, 17, was arrested Thursday for a bicycle theft committed on on July 1st.

The victim reported the bicycle was taken from the loading dock area of LSU's Middleton Library, Lalonde said. Investigators identified Lealaimatafao from surveillance footage in the area and made contact with Lealaimatafao on Thursday. he admitted taking the bike and told investigators he thought it was permisable if the bike was not secured, Lalonde said. The bike was returned tot he victim Thursday.
Godchaux was arrested just before 1 a.m. July 21 for criminal mischief according to Lalonde.

Godchaux, 19, of 23820 First Street, Plaquemine, La., was arrested just before 1 a.m. July 21 for criminal mischief in relation to firecrackers being thrown into a unit at LSU's West Campus Apartments. The fireworks created a small fire inside the apartment, damaging a sofa, Lalonde said.

Investigators identified Godchaux as a possible suspect and interviewed him, who admitted last Wednesday. He admitted throwing the firecrackers but said it was intended as a prank.
Both players were issued misdemeanor citations and released.
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Reminds me of the Seinfeld episode where George thought the umbrellas in cans in public buildings were free for anyone to take.
Reply25 months
Now tha the Nonsense is out of the way can we just Move On.....
Reply31 months
No room on the depth chart for this guy.
Reply31 months
WTF??? "he thought it was permisable if the bike was not secured.." Is he serious??? or is this all he could come up with on the spot??
Reply31 months
Two incidents for Trey before he ever stepped into a classroom. Time to tell him to take a hike.
Reply31 months
Trey L had better be showing some serious potential on the practice field, or he will find his arse playing and a mid-major pretty quickly at this rate...
Reply31 months
Trey is lying. He wouldn't have been able to return it if he would have left it for the next guy after using it. He needs to be locked in the dog house til next spring as an example of stupidity.
Reply31 months
Yeah coaches should be watching kids 24/7.... lol
Reply31 months
This is why coaches need to have contact with these kids alllllll summer long. This crap clearly happens b/c kids are bored.
Reply31 months
said last week Trey would never play a down at LSU. This confirms
Reply31 months
I admire his tenacity
Reply31 months
I would think after the Frank Herron arrest for bicycle theft, it would be crystal clear to the rest of the team that you can't go around stealing bicycles. Godchaux's was just a dumb decision that any 17/18 could make. But it sounds like Trey is a thief. Hopefully he will realize the future he is throwing away and not steal from another student again.
Reply31 months
Trey Lealaimatafao was also in City Bar Saturday night. Not that it's a big deal but he is 17 and you have to be 21 there. He had a sling on his arm.
Reply31 months
Some European cities/countries have bike policies like Trey is claiming he thought. It might be that way in his native country too. However, I can't believe no one has told him that it isn't the way things are done here.
Reply31 months
Well this sucks
Reply31 months
Good kids
Reply31 months
I also thought bikes were free to take if they were not locked. Kind of like community property. When you finish with it, leave it unlocked on another bike rack for someone else to use.

"roll eyes"
Reply31 months
Reply31 months
This Lealalisosjsndkajan kid wounds like a real winner. Punches glass in workout room and steals bike in one week.
Reply31 months
Just one off season without an arrest would be great......
Reply31 months
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