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Weathers, Calloo, Jones charged with nine counts of malicious injury to property

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Former OSU basketball players Michael Weathers (pictured), Maurice Calloo and Kentrevious Jones were charged with nine counts of malicious injury to property.

Forty-nine days after Mike Boynton dismissed Michael Weathers, Maurice Calloo and Kentrevious Jones from the Oklahoma State men’s basketball team, those three former players have been charged with malicious injury to property.

Weathers, Jones and Calloo, along with Imani Ivanya Patterson, were charged with nine counts Wednesday, including two felony counts and seven misdemeanor counts, according to the felony docket on the Oklahoma State Courts Network website.

The document stated the incident occurred Jan. 1. Boynton dismissed Weathers, Calloo and Jones on Jan. 16.

They are accused of shooting the hood, front panel and doors of a Toyota Rav4 with an air rifle, causing damages of $4,500, according to the docket. The court records stated they shot the rear and front windows and created 14 body dents in a 2007 Ford Edge for damages of $3,093.01. Each of these felonies are punishable with a maximum of two years in prison and a maximum fine of $1,000.

The docket stated they also shot the windshield of a Chevrolet Malibu, the back window and right fender of a Nissan automobile and the back windows of a Ford Escape, a Ford Thunderbird and a Jeep. Damages for each totaled under $1,000.

They didn’t damage only vehicles, according to the document. They used an air rifle to shoot the back door window of an apartment and a window pane at the Monroe Street Parking Garage, which is OSU property, according to court records. Damages for each were less than $1,000.

Each of these seven misdemeanors is punishable with a maximum of one year in jail and a maximum fine of $500.

Judge Phillip C. Corley is assigned to this case, according to the felony docket.

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