Lehigh Football Players Arrested For Breaking Into Home, Beating Up Man And Urinating In Fridge Of WRONG House

Six Lehigh University football players were arrested on various charges after they broke into an off-campus house and assaulted a resident who was sleeping. The attack was committed in the name of revenge for an earlier assault on one player’s fraternity president. One of the many problems with this crime was that they players were in the wrong house and assaulted an innocent person. Oopsies.

The attack at 3 a.m. on November 8 was allegedly led by junior DB Brian Githens. The Lehigh teammates entered the home, punched holes in walls, kicked down bedroom doors and repeatedly punched a sleeping resident, sending him to the hospital. They have unusual team-building exercises over there at Lehigh.

Githens allegedly attacked one of the sleeping students who was living in the home. The victim suffered a concussion and a busted lip.

To add human waste to insult, Dylan J. Parsons urinated in a refrigerator of the home. I guess it’s a better way to assert your dominance than concussing someone.

From Lehigh Valley Live:

Bethlehem police in court records identified the following four suspects in the case as Lehigh players: Jacob Scott, 19, of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; Maxwell Frankel, 18, of Odessa, Florida; Dylan J. Parsons, 20, of Warminster, Pennsylvania; and Noah Scott Robb, 21, of North Whitehall Township.

Police identified two additional accomplices as: Michael D. Gies, 19, of Pennington, New Jersey; and Mark D. Walker, 19, of Haddonfield, New Jersey. Court records did not indicate if Gies and Walker were Lehigh students, but both are listed on the Mountain Hawks football team’s roster as players.

Each of the six is charged with a felony count of criminal trespass. All either posted bail or were released on unsecured bail after their arraignments Wednesday before District Judge Nancy Matos Gonzalez.

The next preliminary hearing for the six players is scheduled for Dec. 30, which thankfully won’t interfere with any bowl games for the Lehigh players.