Maryland reserve linebacker charged with computer theft

November 13, 1992|By Mike Preston

Maryland reserve sophomore outside linebacker Tim Fosque was arrested Wednesday night by campus police for allegedly stealing a computer, campus police said last night.

Fosque, from Neptune, N.J., allegedly took the computer Sept. 22 from the Lee Building on campus with the help of a friend.

He allegedly paid the friend $200 to help remove the computer from a desk. Fosque was charged with theft over $300 and breaking and entering.

The computer in question was discovered at his home in Laurel during the execution of a search-and-seizure warrant, said Sgt. Paul Tess of the campus police.

Fosque, 6 feet and 227 pounds, has not played this season. It is not known whether he is on scholarship.

Neither Fosque or Maryland coach Mark Duffner could be reached for comment last night.

Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.