March larceny incident results in CMU football player’s arrest
Central Michigan football player Deon Butler was arrested and arraigned Monday.
The Isabella County Trial Court issued a misdemeanor warrant for Butler on Monday, stemming from an a larceny incident investigated by Central Michigan University Police on March 19.
The 19-year-old was one of five CMU football players recently suspended indefinitely from the team after violating team rules.
The warrant referenced one count of stolen property – receiving and concealing; $200 or more but less than $1,000.
Butler turned himself in at the Central Michigan University Police Department Monday. He was arrested and subsequently arraigned in the Isabella County Trial Court.
A $2,000 personal recognizance bond was set by the court, and he was released pending further court action.
Butler was a redshirt sophomore wide receiver that went to Inkster High School. He had six receptions for 49 yards last season.
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