Texas A&M Players Assist Police In Arrests

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Photo via Troy Taormina – USA TODAY Sports


Two men were arrested at The Galleria in Houston on Tuesday after authorities apprehended the suspects that dumped a stolen Jeep in the parking garage and tried to evade the scene on foot. Police were able to find the suspects despite losing sight of them with the help of two sources from the Texas A&M football team.

Riley Anderson and Justice Bean are credited with helping police capture the suspects after Anderson and Bean told the police they saw the two men enter an H&M retail store which led to the eventual arrest.

Anderson is an offensive lineman from Mineola, a school that just won their first 3A Division I Title a few weeks ago, and Bean is a red-shirt wide receiver from Frankston.

A&M is scheduled to play Kansas State on Wednesday in the Texas Bowl in Houston.


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