Charges filed against men who fought with LSU players in June
The East Baton Rouge Parish district attorney's office will file charges against two men who were involved in a June 5 fight with two LSU football players, during which one of the men pointed a gun at the players, The Advocate reported.
The charges will be filed in the next two weeks against Marcus Adams, 22, and Robert Davis, 31, who were involved in a fight at the West Campus Apartments with LSU defensive end Sam Montgomery and quarterback Zach Mettenberger, the Advocate reported.
According to an LSU Police incident report, Adams allegedly pointed a gun at Montgomery, who was fighting with Davis, and then pointed it at Mettenberger when he tried to intervene. The incident occurred at about 2:30 a.m., the report said.
Adams and Davis fled the scene in a white Jeep and several shots were fired from inside the vehicle. Adams and Davis were arrested after Baton Rouge Police responded to Adams firing a shot at his nearby apartment, the report said.
The gun had been reported stolen to the EBR Sheriff's Office. Montgomery and Mettenberger identified Adams and Davis, who were later booked into Parish Prison on once count each of aggravated assault with a firearm, illegal use of a firearm and carrying a weapon on campus and simple battery.
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