TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Alabama security Deionte Thompson and three different males have been indicted on costs stemming from a spring break combat, the Beaumont Enterprise reported Monday.

The 20-year-old Thompson faces a second-degree felony cost of aggravated badault, inflicting severe bodily harm, the newspaper stated

Additionally charged are 19-year-old Morris Joseph, Jr., 19-year-old Rufus Joseph and 21-year-old Daletredricc Wolfford.

A Galveston County grand jury returned the indictments final week, saying the 4 males brought about “severe bodily harm to Noah Frillou” by hitting or kicking the 18-year-old.

Thompson is a redshirt sophomore at Alabama. He has performed in all eight video games and made 12 tackles.

Alabama didn’t instantly have a remark.

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