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MU recruit arrested

Published 3:13am Wednesday, April 10, 2013

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) — A Marshall football recruit has been accused of using a stolen credit card to buy two items at a convenience store.

Media outlets report wide receiver Angelo Jean-Louis was arrested Tuesday on two felony counts of fraudulent use of an access device. The amount of separate purchases totaled about $26.

Jean-Louis was arraigned by a Cabell County magistrate and released on $20,000 bond from the Western Regional Jail. Jail records didn’t indicate whether he has an attorney.

Jean-Louis signed a letter-of-intent with the Thundering Herd out of Virginia’s Fork Union Military Academy and enrolled in January. Marshall’s athletic department says it’s aware of the arrest.


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