Freshman LSU football player facing charges after overnight arrest
BATON ROUGE - A freshman LSU football player was arrested late Tuesday after a complaint about shoplifting at an area Walmart.
Kevontre Bradford was issued a misdemeanor summons by deputies in West Baton Rouge, though a jail booking photo was taken.
Bradford, also known as Tre, is a freshman running back from Texas. A four-star athlete, he was the No. 13 running back prospect in the 2020 class.
LSU Football did not comment on the charges, which sources said Bradford called a misunderstanding.
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