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19:25  12 february  2019
19:25  12 february  2019 Source:   nbcsports.com

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Notre Dame wide receiver Javon McKinley was arrested Sunday morning after cops say he drunkenly tried to fight TWO officers, one of whom is a woman according to court docs obtained by TMZ Sports. McKinley was a STUD coming out of high school a few years back -- where he shattered

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Notre Dame’s Javon McKinley charged after allegedly punching two cops in drunken stupor© Getty Images

If we still had a “Days Without An Arrest” ticker to reset, this one would, well, reset it.

According to the Indianapolis Star, Notre Dame’s Javon McKinley was arrested early Sunday morning by university police following an incident in which he was initially found unresponsive in the back of an Uber vehicle and was being escorted back to his dorm room by police officers.  From the Star‘s report:

McKinley, 6-2 and 215 pounds, reportedly “required a series of (sternum) rubs to regain consciousness” and began walking to his dorm with the officers’ assistance. He then stopped walking, at which point the officers reportedly said they could smell alcohol on his breath.

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Notre Dame wide receiver Javon McKinley was arrested Sunday morning after cops say he drunkenly tried to fight TWO officers, one of whom is a woman according to court docs obtained by TMZ…

Notre Dame wide receiver Javon McKinley was arrested early Sunday morning for some sort of incident in which he allegedly resisted law enforcement. According to public records obtained by IrishSportsDaily.com, McKinley was charged with resisting law enforcement and battery.

According to the report, McKinley, “unsteady on his feet,” then “tensed up” and tried to leave in the opposite direction of his dorm. Officers were concerned about McKinley “trying to wander off onto campus in his condition.”

In the officers’ attempt to restrain McKinley on a cold night, he reportedly punched both officers “in a rude, insolent or angry manner,” causing pain.

McKinley is facing two counts each of battery resulting in bodily injury to public safety official while engaged in official duties and one count of resisting law enforcement.

“The incident is being handled by the criminal justice system,” a statement from a university spokesperson began. “As for internal discipline, we do not publicly discuss specific cases and impose sanctions as warranted.”

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A male in a drunken stupor is likely to make an ass out of himself in front of anyone around. Some activities he may participate in while in the stupor : starting fights, drunken boxing, drunk dialing, drunk texting, flirting, telling everybody he knows that he loves them, stumbling, staggering, stammering

Notre Dame reserve receiver Javon McKinley was arrested early Sunday and was being held without bail. Javon McKinley , a reserve wide receiver at Notre Dame , was charged Monday with three misdemeanors, including two Class A counts of battery, after being arrested by campus police early

Only two 2016 Fighting Irish signees, both offensive tackles, were rated higher than McKinley in that year’s class.  McKinley played in six games as a true freshman and four games in 2018 sandwiched between missing the entire 2017 season because of injury.

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