DELAWARE, Ohio — An Ohio State University football player has been arrested by police in a central Ohio village on a charge of obstructing official business.
No details were available immediately on the misdemeanor count against senior tight end Jake Stoneburner. He was arrested by Shawnee Hills police, who didn’t immediately return messages for information.
Columbus television station 10TV reported that another OSU football player, Jack Mewhort, was also arrested and charged with obstructing official business. Mewhort is a Toledo native and a graduate of St. John's Jesuit.
According to the 10TV report, Mewhort and Stoneburner along with a third man, Austin Barnard was also charged, were said to have been urinating between buildings in Shawnee Hills, Ohio, near the Bogey Inn.
Delaware County Jail records show he was booked at 9 a.m. Saturday, and released under $2,000 bond at 10:45 a.m. EDT.
The 22-year-old Dublin, Ohio, native caught 14 passes — seven for touchdowns — last season.
A phone number for him in Dublin was no longer in service. A message was left at Ohio State’s athletics department.