Friday, April 24, 2009

Lutrus arrested

Newly-elected UConn football captain Scott Lutrus was arrested by UConn police early Friday morning and charged with interfering with an officer. His older brother, Kyle, 23, was also arrested. According to the police arrest log, officers were dispatched to a report of a fight near the entrance to Celeron Square Apartments. Upon arrival, officers attempted to detain the brothers, they became combative. Both resisted and began fighting with officers. Scott Lutrus, who turned 21 on Thursday, was arrested, and later released on a $500 bond. Kyle Lutrus was charged with two counts of interfering with an officer and second degree breach of peace.

The brothers are both due in Rockville Superior Court on May 5.


Anonymous Vinny From East Haven said...

What a shocker. As you would say, Chip..."sarcasm intended."

April 24, 2009 2:10 PM 
Blogger FWG said...

The problem with this is that judgment has already been passed. Forget the details (Lutrus's "interference" was trying to tell the cops what had occurred---when he was jumped from behind). Let us also not forget that Scott Lutrus and Desi Cullen (also present that night) are two gentleman of the highest moral and ethical caliber. Shame on husky nation for being so quick to judge.

April 24, 2009 5:39 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I dont think the majority of UConn fans have instantly jumped to conclusions. Vinny from East Haven is just a UConn hater in general. Dez over at the Courant in his blog goes into a little more detail about what might of happened but think we just need to wait for facts to come out and let Lutrus/Edsall n company do their thing.

April 24, 2009 8:47 PM 
Anonymous Mr. Toldyaso said...

We don't know the whole story, but when a cop tells you to shut up and you insist on 'trying to tell the cops what had occurred' - you then enter the zone of interference. My conclusion is that he was arrested, which gives Uconn a bad image nationally no matter what the final outcome.

May 17, 2009 3:10 PM 

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