LSU Running Back Trey Holly Arrested and Charged in Connection to Louisiana Shooting

LSU running back Trey Holly has been arrested and charged with attempted second-degree murder in connection to a shooting incident that occurred in Farmerville, Louisiana. The incident, which took place on February 9, left two individuals injured. Holly turned himself in to the Union Parish Sheriff’s Office on Thursday, following which he was charged with multiple offenses.

According to reports, a man was shot once in the lower leg, while a woman sustained three gunshot wounds and is currently in critical condition. The shooting was a result of an early altercation that occurred that night, with authorities determining that three individuals fired multiple rounds.

Sheriff Dusty Gates stated that he expects additional arrests to be made in connection to the incident, as the investigation is still ongoing. In addition to the charge of attempted second-degree murder, Holly is also facing one count of aggravated criminal damage to property and one count of illegal use of a weapon.

Holly, who rushed for 110 yards and one touchdown during the 2023 season, has been suspended indefinitely by LSU’s football program. The university released a statement acknowledging the arrest and confirming the suspension, stating that the student-athlete has been suspended from all team activities in accordance with departmental policies.

The LSU statement further added, “Out of respect for the judicial process, we will have no further comment.”

Holly is currently being held on a bond of $512,000, as reported by ESPN’s Pete Thamel.

Author: CrimeDoor

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