Boise State football player David Moa arrested for suspicion of disturbing the peace | – Connecticut News

Boise State football player David Moa arrested for suspicion of disturbing the peace | – Connecticut News

BOISE – Boise State defensive tackle David Moa was arrested at 2:25 a.m. Saturday morning on a single misdemeanor charge of suspicion of disturbing the peace, according to arrest records on the Ada County Sheriff’s website.

The Idaho Press-Tribune has requested an incident report from the Boise Police Department, but no other details were immediately known.

Moa, 21, is a starter along the defensive line for Boise State. He was a first-team All-Mountain West selection in 2016 and represented the Broncos at the recent Mountain West Media Days in Las Vegas in late July.

The redshirt junior is seen as an NFL prospect after leading the team with 8.5 sacks last season. He has eight tackles, one sack and two tackles-for-loss through three games this fall.

Boise State played Thursday night against New Mexico and players were given Friday off while coaches went recruiting. The team was scheduled to begin preparations today for Friday’s game against Virginia.

The Idaho Press-Tribune has reached out to Boise State for comment.

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