Orlando football star and his female accomplice were arrested for a brutal house invasion

According to the reports released by the police, a Florida college football player and a female accomplice have been arrested in connection with a violent home invasion that took place earlier this month inside of a luxury condo in Orlando.

Former college football player from Florida and a female accomplice were arrested for a violent house invasion at a luxury highrise in Orlando.
Former college football player from Florida and a female accomplice were arrested for a violent house invasion at a luxury highrise in Orlando.

Officials say that Justin Hodges, a defensive back for the University of Central Florida, was one of several men who stormed into a 28th floor apartment with guns on January 9 and severely beat an occupant before robbing the residence and fleeing. Hodges was one of the men who was involved in the incident.

According to Fox 35, the native of Fort Lauderdale was kicked off the football team after he was found guilty of a team rule violation.

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According to the Orlando police department, Hodges is a friend of Nevaeh Mosher, a female suspect in the case who dated the victim in the past.

At the University of Central Florida, defensive back Justin Hodges was a standout on the team.

Mosher, who was also taken into custody by the Orlando Police Department, is accused of providing Hodges with directions on how to enter the building before Hodges, along with two other suspects, carried out the home invasion robbery.

According to the authorities, Nevaeh Mosher was formerly the victim’s girlfriend.

Orlando Police Department

According to the authorities, one of the things was a piece of apparel that belonged to Hodges and included the symbol of the University of Central Florida.

Both Hodges and Mosher are being detained after their arrest early on Thursday morning.

The football star confirmed his involvement in the crime but tried to downplay the significance of his actions by claiming to the police that he had only intended to steal some of Mosher’s stuff from the flat.

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UCF, located in Florida, was the team that Justin Hodges played for.

The junior said that the firearm that was used in the attack belonged to his fiancée, and that he had given the weapon to an associate so that they could use it during the robbery.

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