Colorado State Football Player Gets DWI

Nikko Hall, a football player for Colorado State, was under arrest on Sunday in Fort Collins. The reason for the charge was due to suspicion of underage possession and consumption of alcohol, marijuana, or drug paraphernalia. He was driving while impaired. As a college football player, the way he conducts himself in pubic should be at a higher standard.

According to his booking records, he was arrested by a police officer who works at the Larimer County SHeriff’s office. However, he wasn’t listed as an inmate at the county jail later in the day. He was out on bond, back to his college.

Reports from a spokesman from the CSU athletic department says they are currently aware of the situation. As of now, they are gathering more information before making any other statements on Nikko Hall. Also, those at Larimer County do not have any more information on Hall’s situation. These statements come from the Sheriff’s department themselves. With that being said, Hall is could very well be on his way to a courthouse soon.

Colorado State Football Player Nikko Halls Lands Himself In Jail Cell Over DWI

Nikko Hall is a sophomore from Calabasas, California. His current position is a receiver. So far, he has been able to play in three of the games this season. Hall was able to catch four passes for 42 yards. According to a spokesman for the team, he was not on the travel squad for Saturday’s game. On Saturday, the team was up against Fresno State. However, Colorado were the victors of the game, 41-31.

As of now, any and all charges against Nikko are simply accusations. Any and everyone is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Though Hall is out on bond, he will still see his day in court.