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Former Division 2 College Football Player Allegedly Beat Man To Death

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A former Division 2 college football player has been indicted on murder charges. The former player allegedly beat a man who ended up dying in the hospital.

Khadedryck Todd, 23, played collegiately for North Alabama. He was dismissed from the program after being charged with first-degree assault for an alleged beating that sent a man to the hospital earlier this month.

The Times Daily has the details:

Police said Khadedryck Todd, 23, 1301 Appleby Boulevard, Florence, was arrested on indictments for murder, first-degree possession of marijuana, and harassment.

The indicted was issued during last week’s session of the Lauderdale County grand jury.

Todd is charged in connection with an incident that happen April 4.

The former player is accused of beating a 21-year-old man who died in the hospital earlier this month.

AL.com has details on the alleged incident:

Witnesses told police that an argument broke out between Todd and the victim inside the gas station. When the men walked outside, they started fighting in the parking lot. Todd hit the victim in the head and knocked him to the ground, Cobb said.

Witnesses told police that Todd walked to his vehicle, then returned and started beating the victim's head again, Cobb said.

Our thoughts are with the victim's family and friends.

The school's athletic director released the following statement:

"Our staff was notified by local law enforcement on Tuesday morning of an incident involving Khadedryck Todd. We have permanently removed Todd from our football program. The University will not be able to provide further comment."