Well this is an interesting story to say the least. Usually when you have an open house of any kind the last thing you expect is a robbery but, that's what happened to the University of Georgia on April 7.
They had the football complex open to the public that day, and Deion Bonner, Marquise Hawkins and an unidentified juvenile from Columbus were arrested by UGA police and charged with theft having stolen items worth close to $1,970.
What doesn't really make sense to me is Deion Bonner. Who is a 5ft 11 180 pound prospect defensive back from Carver-Columbus. He is considered one of the top prospects in the state for the Class of 2012.
Why would you rob a locker room of your possible future teammates i mean. I wonder what he was really thinking here. One thing is if he had a potential scholarship or was going to get one that is out of the question now.
What makes me crack up more is, when asked how they caught the three suspects, the police responded by saying “good investigation, people’s involvement... and Facebook is always a big help.”
Facebook is our best and worst enemy at the same time. You can talk to anyone, anywhere, at basically any time. But it seems these suspects did not use Facebook the right way and got burned.
***photo credit to bleacher report
***information used from ajc.com