Three walk-on members of the Iowa football team have been charged with partying a little too hard a few hours after the Hawkeyes routed Western Michigan 59-3 on Saturday.
Iowa City Police say junior kicker Alden Hythm Haffar, 20; sophomore defensive back Sean P. Skradis, 20; and sophomore wide receiver Andrew Stone, 20, face disorderly house charges after officers responded to the trio’s Wylde Green Road home after several noise complaints from neighbors about 12:45 a.m. Sunday.
Officers could hear a ruckus coming from inside the house and close to 50 people left when officers arrived, according to police.
In addition to a disorderly house charge, Haffar also has been accused of interference with official acts. Police encountered Haffar on the front step of the residence with a bottle of liquor, according to police complaints.
Haffar told police he did not live at the residence or have any identification, according to police.
Police say Haffar then tried to run from police, but eventually stopped.
All three men were cited for keeping a disorderly house, while Haffar faces an additional charge for possession of alcohol under the legal age and a simple misdemeanor count of interference with official acts.
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