Two Montana Grizzly football players had minor scrapes with the law late this week, just days before the opening of fall football practices.
Linebackers Herbert E. Gamboa, 21, and Jeremiah P. Kose, 22, were each booked into Missoula County jail on misdemeanor charges. Gamboa was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct early Friday morning while Kose was booked Wednesday evening for failing to appear in court on an original misdemeanor charge.
Gamboa, a starting outside linebacker and senior on the Grizzly football team, was picked up by officer Eric Weber in the early hours of Friday morning. Gamboa was booked at 1:34 a.m. and released a little more than an hour later on a bond of $185.
He appeared in Missoula City Municipal Court on Friday morning.
Kose was booked on Wednesday at 6:41 p.m. by officer Timothy Harrington. The Grizzlies' senior starting middle linebacker posted his own bond of $310 and was released less than an hour later.
Kose appeared in municipal court Thursday morning.
No other information was available on the arrests Saturday night or concerning Kose's original charges. Check Missoulian.com for updates when available.
The Grizzlies' preseason football practice begins Tuesday.