Two Ohio State players charged with misdemeanor
DELAWARE, Ohio (AP) -- Two Ohio State football players have been arrested by police in a central Ohio village on a charge of obstructing official business.
Senior tight end Jake Stoneburner and offensive lineman Jack Mewhort were arrested at about 2:30 a.m. by the Shawnee Hills police. No details were immediately available on the misdemeanor counts against the two.
WBNS-TV in Columbus reports that a third man, Austin Barnard, also was charged. He is not affiliated with the football program.
The Delaware County Sheriff's Office told the TV station that the three were released after posting $2,000 bond.
Stoneburner, a 22-year-old Dublin native, caught 14 passes last season, seven for touchdowns. Mewhort is a junior from Toledo.
A message was left at Ohio State's athletic department.
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