Jamal Atofau, a Washington State freshman football player from Bellevue High, was arrested on suspicion of fourth-degree assault.
Jamal Atofau, a Washington State freshman football player from Bellevue High, was arrested on suspicion of fourth-degree assault early Saturday after an altercation at a party near campus.
Chris Tennant, commander of the Pullman Police Department, said Wednesday that officers helped disperse a fight outside a residence.
Witnesses said the incident started in the kitchen of the residence, and two identified Atofau as the person who struck a 19-year-old female before the fight spilled into the street.
Tennant said the victim was taken to Pullman Regional Hospital and had superficial lacerations. He indicated many of the people at the party appeared intoxicated.
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Atofau, who plays safety, redshirted last season for the Cougars.
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