Lobo pleads ‘not guilty’ to breaking and entering

Jamal Price
Lobo football players pleads ‘not guilty’ to breaking and entering

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – Lobo football player Jamal Price pleaded not guilty Wednesday to a charge of breaking and entering. His attorney entered the plea in court this afternoon on Price’s behalf.

The starting offensive lineman was arrested Monday for breaking into his ex’s place near Yale and Central.

He told police he was just trying to get some of his stuff back.

Price, number 77 on the team, was with another UNM student who was also arrested.

Price’s ex is a lobo basketball player.

She told police the friend punched her and Price pushed her down.

Price is out of jail after posting bond.

He has suspended price from the team.

His alleged accomplice, Morgan Redmond was also in court. His bond was continued at $5,000.

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