Arizona Wildcats RB Orlando Bradford Charged With Seven Felonies For Domestic Violence, Dismissed From Team

By Stephen Douglas

Orlando Bradford, a sophomore running back, has been dismissed from the Arizona Wildcats football program following a domestic violence arrest. Bradford, who was listed as a co-starter coming into the season, was charged with seven felonies after police responded to a call from a woman who identified herself as his girlfriend. Via USA TODAY:

"Police received a 911 call around 6:30 a.m. local time Wednesday regarding an alleged domestic violence incident. The arriving officers noted that the alleged victim had obvious injuries, and she claimed Bradford assaulted her several times over the past few days."

He’s been charged with four counts of aggravated assault and three counts of kidnapping. Bradford was at practice on Wednesday morning.