Former UD basketball players charged

Devin Scott, Jalen Robinson dismissed from UD Men's Basketball Team. (Photo/University of Dayton)
Devin Scott (left), Jalen Robinson (right) dismissed from UD Men's Basketball Team. (Photo/University of Dayton)

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Two former University of Dayton students are being charged for a series of burglaries committed on campus.

According to the Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office, complaints and arrest warrants were filed Tuesday against Jalen Robinson, 21, and Devin Henry Scott, 20. Scott is facing seven counts of burglary. Robinson is facing three. All of them are second-degree felonies.

A Prosecutor’s office release says on the morning of December 14th a number of University of Dayton dormitory rooms were broken into with items stolen. It says Scott and Robinson were positively identified on video surveillance.

The next day both men, who were starters for the UD Flyers Basketball team, were dismissed from the team. They both eventually withdrew from the University of Dayton.

The arrest warrants are nationwide because the location of the two men is unknown at this time.

The release said the investigation is ongoing and additional charges may be added.

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