AUBURN, Ala. (AP) — Court documents show that four former Auburn football players have admitted to involvement in a robbery.
Warrants sworn out Friday show that starting safety Michael McNeil and freshmen Shaun Kitchens, Antonio Goodwin and Dakota Mosley made rights-advised statements on the robbery. All four were dismissed from the team and are charged with first-degree robbery and burglary.
Warrants by witnesses and victims allege that the four entered a residence with handguns and demanded items, including cell phones and a hand-held safe. Auburn police pulled over a vehicle occupied by the four and said they found the stolen property inside, along with a handgun and air pistol.
McNeil and Mosley are both out on bond while Kitchens and Goodwin remain jailed.