USC Cornerback Facing Felony Charges for Resisting Police

University of Southern California cornerback Shareece Wright has been charged by San Bernardino law enforcement with resisting a police officer in connection to a party in his hometown of Colton last weekend. Resisting police a police officer using force or violence is a felony in California.

The Los Angeles Times reports that Wright attended a party for someone being deployed to Iraq labor-day weekend. Police detained Wright at the party, but he was not among several people arrested in the early morning hours on Sunday. The San Bernardino District Attorney subsequently filed charges against him and three others. His arraignment is scheduled for Wednesday.

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