LSU sophomore offensive lineman Adrian Magee has been suspended indefinitely from the team for a violation of team rules.
While that phrasing typically connotes something academic or drug-related, in this case, the cause is a bit more obvious, per this report from The Reveille:
An affidavit for arrest warrant obtained through a media request shows Magee was arrested for allegedly burglarizing a University House apartment.
The affidavit states that Magee poked his head through the door of the apartment after the victims realized their apartment had been burglarized and the victims of the apartment immediately recognized Magee. The victims then told Magee that their apartment had surveillance cameras and Magee left and returned with a portion of the missing items.
Magee returned with an XBox and the games that were missing from the residence and admitted to the victims that he had committed the burglary, according to the affidavit. But he did not return other items missing from the apartment, which included approximately $1,200, Gucci flip flops and an Onyx bluetooth speaker.
The victim said the money was sitting on his bed in a small bag and the speaker - valued at $180 - belonged to his roommate, according to the affidavit.
Magee has been booked into the East Baton Rouge Parish prison.
Magee, from Franklinton, was a backup tackle on the right side this spring. And while he wasn’t particularly close to the starting lineup, it’s still a blow to a team that is rather thin on the flanks of the offensive line.