Thursday, October 22, 2009
Idaho top safety Keo arrested, released
Posted by ESPN.com’s Graham Watson
Idaho safety Shiloh Keo was cited for misdemeanor battery after an altercation Saturday night following the team’s win over Hawaii.
Keo, the Vandals’ leading tackler, allegedly was involved in a fight in Moscow at about 10:30 p.m., according to the Idaho Statesman.
Keo turned himself in to the Moscow Police Department on Tuesday and was cited and released. He will be arraigned in two weeks.
Idaho coach Robb Akey said Keo will face disciplinary action, but likely will not miss this weekend’s game against Nevada.
"I am aware of the situation and am very disappointed that Shiloh made a poor choice off the field," Akey said in statement. "I have dealt with this situation with Shiloh and he will have to pay a price. I am confident that he will learn from this situation. As well as dealing with the repercussions within our program, he will also have to make things right with the court of law."