OU students arrested for breaking into Tiger Stadium
BATON ROUGE – LSU Police say two University of Oklahoma students have been arrested for breaking into Tiger Stadium Sunday afternoon.
Around noon Sunday, LSU Police responded to a report of two men trespassing inside the stadium. The two men attempted to run away when officers made contact with them. The two men were able to push open the stadium's southwest gate before being apprehended by LSU Police.
Samuel Holland, 20, and Lucas Miller, were charged with unauthorized entry of a place of business and resisting an officer by flight. Both were booked into the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison.
Police tell WBRZ News 2 that no property was damaged or stolen.
Sunday's incident is the fourth time this month that someone has gained access into Tiger Stadium, following break-ins on Jan. 22, 15 and 4.
— Brett Buffington (@BrettBuffington) January 29, 2017
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