Missouri DE Tre Williams Arrest: Full Story & Must-See Details

A key member of the Missouri Tigers defense has found himself in trouble with the law. According to a report from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch over the weekend, standout defensive end Tre Williams was arrested by Columbia police and booked on Sunday, December 9 on suspicion of second-degree domestic assault.
In the state of Missouri, second-degree domestic assault is considered a Class D felony.
Williams was released on $4,500 bond.
“We were made aware of the situation yesterday, and Tre was immediately suspended indefinitely from all team activities,” Mizzou head coach told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch’s Dave Matter in a statement on Monday. “We will provide an update if his status changes.”
The student-athlete handbook at Missouri University says that any athlete arrested for a felony must immediately be suspended indefinitely.
During the 2018 college football season, the redshirt sophomore recorded 20 tackles, five tackles for a loss, and 2.5 sacks which ranked third on the team. Williams, who stands 6-foot-5, 250-pounds and hails from Columbia, committed to the Tigers so he could play for his hometown team. He also held offers from Arizona State, Arkansas, Cal, Iowa State, Kansas, Kanas State, Nebraska, New Mexico, TCU and Tulsa.
The Tigers are currently ranked No. 23 in the College Football Playoff standings and are set to face off against Oklahoma State in the Liberty Bowl on New Year’s Eve.
At this time, it seems likely that Williams will not be suiting up for Mizzou.
This season, the Tigers compiled an overall record of 8-4. Mizzou’s biggest win of the season came against No. 13 Florida before hauling off four consecutives to end the regular season.
Kickoff between Missouri and Oklahoma State is set for 3:45 p.m. ET on Monday, December 31 live on ESPN.

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