Second ULM football player arrested in a month for dispute

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Defensive tackle Jaylen Veasley was arrested on Monday after officers responded to a disturbance call.
According to the arrest report, Veasley entered the victim’s house after she repeatedly advised him not to.
He then approached another person present in the bedroom, where Veasley swung a fist at him.
According to the report, the two then got into a wrestling match before Veasley left the site.
Veasley was charged with unauthorized entry of inhabited dwelling and simple battery.
He was booked into the Ouachita Correctional Center with a bond set for $4000.
Veasley is the second ULM football player to be arrested over a month.
Defensive end Kerry Starks was arrested on Feb. 10 outside of Hammers Nightclub for domestic abuse.