BYU Football Player’s Court Case Continued


    BYU inside linebacker Terrance Hooks appeared in court on May 1 for a preliminary hearing.

    Hooks, in a black suit, stood in front of Judge Fred D. Howard with his attorney C. Danny. E. Frazier Jr.

    Mr. Frazier asked that Hooks’ case be continued for further investigation and discussion.

    Judge Howard moved the next court date to May 15 at 2 p.m.

    Hooks, who recently turned 20, is facing two charges of burglary, both second-degree felonies, and two charges of criminal mischief, both class A misdemeanors.

    The charges came after Orem police arrested Hooks, reserve tight end Vitale TaAaga Magauli So’oto and Natalie Dew, Hooks’ girlfriend, for allegedly kicking down apartment doors at Parkway Crossing in Orem.

    They were looking for two UVSC students who allegedly threw water balloons at Dew in the apartments.

    Police cited Lacey Quigley and Jason Hancock, the alleged water balloon throwers, with class C misdemeanors of disorderly conduct.

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