Kansascity.com is reporting that Missouri redshirt freshman Levi Copelin was arrested on Thursday for a misdemeanor peace disturbance after an incident at the university’s ID office. Per KansasCity.com,
Copelin, 20, was at the office on campus shortly before 4 p.m. to obtain a replacement ID card when he was informed that a hold had been placed on his account.
“He made comments that the staff in the ID office found threatening,” University of Missouri Police Department Public Information Officer Brian Weimer said. “When he left, they contacted us and we responded to obtain information from them. We contacted Mr. Copelin, who came into the university police department, where we spoke to him about the incident. At that point, he was arrested for the peace disturbance, first offense,”
This is the 2nd Missouri player to have issues this off-season as wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham was arrested
for suspicion of drug charges back on Jan. 10th.