TUSCALOOSA (AP) — Preliminary hearings have been set for two of the four Alabama football players arrested after a pair of robberies on campus.
Court documents filed Tuesday show that Judge James C. Guin set March 19 hearings in Tuscaloosa District Court for Eddie Williams and Brent Calloway, both 20.
Those players and 18-year-old D.J. Pettway have requested youthful offender status.
Williams is charged with fraudulent use of a credit card and two counts of second-degree robbery. Calloway, a former Russellville High standout, was arrested for using a debit card stolen during one of the robberies.
Pettway and 18-year-old Tyler Hayes are charged with two counts of second-degree robbery. No court date has been set for them.
Williams, Pettway and Hayes are suspended from school pending a university judicial review.
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