A freshman college basketball guard was reportedly arrested early Sunday morning.
Jaycson Bereal, a redshirt freshman guard at Boise State, was arrested on two misdemeanor charges earlier this morning.
The former three-star recruit was charged with misdemeanor battery and loitering.
Breaking: Boise State freshman guard Jaycson Bereal arrested early Sunday morning on two misdemeanor charges. https://t.co/SJ7VDqSbxq
— B.J. Rains (@BJRains) February 10, 2019
The Associated Press had more details:
Ada County Sherriff’s online arrest records show Jaycson Bereal was booked early Sunday and charged with battery and a loitering charge involving a minor loitering at premises that sell alcohol.
His father Jaycson Bereal Sr. tells the Idaho Press details are unclear but it’s a misunderstanding they hope gets worked out soon.
The 19-year-old Bereal is redshirting this season. He hasn’t attended the past few games to focus on schoolwork.
The freshman guard is redshirting this season. He was a three-star recruit coming out of high school in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Boise State is 11-13 on the season, 6-5 in the conference.
The Broncos are expected to officially comment on Bereal’s arrest at some point today. Stay tuned.