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Last night USC footballer Shareece Wright finally revealed details of his arrest for “resisting an officer.” Wright claims that the felony charge has more to do with a dog bite and his noble commitment to Truth with a capital “T” than rebellion though.
The Press Enterprise reports:
While the case against USC cornerback Shareece Wright, on a felony charge of resisting an officer, didn't get much closer to a resolution at Wednesday's pre-conference hearing, Wright talked about the night in question for the first time after the court session.
… "I was arrested for not going into the house," [Tremone] Williams said. "But they cited Shareece for refusing to leave the house."
Wright said the reason he thinks he was taken to the police station for interrogation but not arrested was that he told police that the canine unit dog bit him on the right calf. It was not serious, he said, just two small puncture wounds.
"If I'd just said that I wasn't bitten, I wouldn't be in this situation," Wright said. "But you have to tell the truth."
Damn. Why’d you have to go telling the police about your dog bites, Wright? Who cares if you get rabies? If only the cornerback had just grabbed a tourniquet or some other such nonsense, his greatest concern might just be how to get a good hamstring stretch in before the next USC game.