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Thursday, July 9, 2009
Clearing up the details of the Griffen 'legal' issue

By ESPN.com staff
ESPN.com

Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller

A spokesperson from the Nantucket Police Department said Thursday there were no criminal charges filed against USC defensive end Everson Griffen or linebacker Jordan Campbell, nor were the pair arrested, as reported elsewhere, for "breach of peace."

The pair were cited for being at loud at a July 4th party

"The charges were a civil matter -- kind of like getting a speeding ticket for making too much noise," the spokesperson said. "As far as criminal matters there are no criminal matters for any of the individuals involved in that party." 

A USC spokesperson said both will write a letter of apology but no further action is expected.