Father of Jadeveon Clowney arrested for attempted murder

David Morgan, father of Houston Texans linebacker and former South Carolina Gamecock Jadeveon Clowney, has been arrested and jailed on charges of attempted murder after firing multiple shots outside of Crazy Horse, a local Rock Hill, South Carolina bar and gentlemen’s club this morning.

The Herald reported the story.

Per reports, Morgan fired his gun at an employee of the Crazy Horse this morning after being kicked out for sitting on the stage.

Police were told by the victim that Morgan was seen “standing by a wall near the back of the property around 2:15 a.m.”, and then the shots were fired.

Two guns were recovered from the scene and Morgan was found at a local medical center with a gunshot wound to the shoulder. He was arrested and charged with “attempted murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime,” with a bond hearing slated for this afternoon.

Given how Morgan has a record that dates back nearly 30 years and was sentenced to 15 years in 1995 on a number of charges that included burglary, this doesn’t look good for him on first glance alone.

If any new information becomes available, Campus Sports will update this story.

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