1. I normally don’t post incidents with players/coaches that don’t require the services of an agent, but this was just too funny to pass up: Waco police issued a misdemeanor citation charging disorderly conduct-indecent exposure to Baylor assistant football coach Eric Schnupp early Sunday morning after an incident in which a man urinated on a bar at a campus-area club. It happened around closing time Sunday, after the Bears blowout 58-10 loss to Kansas on Saturday [BU Assistant Coach Cited After Incident In Bar]. Schupp has since been handed an indefinite suspension.
2. Former Dolphins wide receiver David Boston was released on $10,000 bail Monday after being arrested at his Cooper City home Saturday during a domestic dispute, according to the Broward County Sheriff’s Office. According to the police report, the dispute between Boston and his wife, Renee, started after he left their newborn son alone in their house. Boston was arrested for felony false imprisonment for preventing his wife from calling 911, misdemeanor domestic battery, culpable negligence and resisting an officer without violence. He was released from jail Monday after a bail hearing [Ex-Dolphin Boston arrested in domestic dispute].
3. A drop-dead gorgeous model who told cops she was groped twice by New Jersey Net Jason Kidd at a trendy Manhattan club said the NBA star taunted her when she objected – and threatened to crush her if they got into a brawl, sources told The Post. “If we got into a fight, who do you think would win?” the 6-foot, 4-inch superstar allegedly said to the plus-sized brunette, the sources claimed. Detectives are investigating possible charges of forcible touching or sex abuse in the third degree – both misdemeanors that would be written up as a desk-appearance ticket, the sources said [KIDD NOW ACCUSED OF FIGHT THREAT].
4. A former NBA player wanted on drug and weapons charges in Illinois was arrested Thursday when U.S. marshals stopped him aboard a commercial bus heading out of Houston, according to the U.S. Marshals Service. Arian Keon Clark, 32, who last played for the Utah Jazz and Phoenix Suns, was scheduled for trial in August 2006 in Vermilion County in Illinois for possession of marijuana, two counts of possession of a controlled substance and two counts of firearm possession. He is also facing charges of driving with a suspended license, operating an uninsured motor vehicle and DUI [U.S. marshals stop commercial bus, arrest ex-NBA player Clark].
5. Denver Nuggets guard J.R. Smith, suspended by the team for the first three games of the regular season, was issued a summons on charges including assault after an incident at a night club Oct. 13, court records show. The team announced Saturday that Smith was suspended “for conduct detrimental to the team,” but no details were released. Nuggets officials have declined to comment further [Nuggets guard Smith issued summons for three charges].