Police document details memorabilia stolen from Alabama athletic facility
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WBMA) —
Details emerged Thursday about the items stolen last week from Alabama's Mal Moore Athletic Building.
An incident report filed by campus police listed a pair of watches and commemorative coins, a raincoat and a football as lost property.
The University of Alabama has refused to comment on the incident even to say if the memorabilia was recovered.
Four students from Mississippi State University were arrested in connection to the break-in. Tuscaloosa District Court documents reveal, and our media partners at the Tuscaloosa News show, 21-year old Joshua Andrew Jordan, 21-year old Samuel Tanner Fittes, 20-year old Joel Harper Hudnall, and 20-year old John Thomas Badley all face third degree burglary charges for stealing memorabilia out of the Mal Moore facility.
Jordan told ABC 33/40 News by phone he is trying to "work things out" but declined to answer questions about the charges.
Mississippi State University said it is cooperating with law enforcement in the investigation.
“The future status of the students with MSU will be determined after they have received their due process of law rights according to existing university policies. Clearly, these individuals will have to face the consequences of their actions, whatever those actions might be," the school said in a written statement.