Three Arkansas basketball players have been arrested on separate charges of theft. Nonetheless, two hours after being booked, all three suspects ended up being released.On the evening of June 10, three Arkansas basketball players of the Red Wolves team were arrested on separate charges of theft. Dyondre Dominguez, Terrance Ford, and Julian Lual were all booked by the Sheriff’s Office of Craighead County in connection with the theft worth $1,000 or less.
Nonetheless, according to Baldwin, two hours after being booked, all three Arkansas basketball players have ended up being released. The Red Wolves team stated that their Coach Bryan Hodgson and the Athletics Department are still in the process of obtaining all information about the crime.
The Three Arkansas Basketball Players
According to Thompson, Ford and Lual played for the Red Wolves last season, while Dominguez transferred to the team after playing three seasons for the UMass Minutemen. Reports say Dominguez was a native of the city of Providence in Rhode Island. He was a role player with the Minutemen before moving to Arkansas in 2022-2023. On average, he had 8.7 points and 4.4 rebounds as a forward of the team.
On the other hand, Ford was a guard from Chicago who stood 6 feet and 1 inch tall. On average, he had 10.8 points, 2.8 assists, and 1.3 steals over 32 games while shooting 43.3% from the field.
Lastly, Lual was a forward from Florida who stood 6 feet and 6 inches tall. On average, he had 10 starts over 32 games and tallied 4.9 points each game. Reportedly, he started his basketball career at McCook Community College in Nebraska before moving to Arkansas prior to the latest season.