Suspended UNLV player appears in court
A suspended UNLV basketball player will remain free without bail pending a Nov. 12 preliminary hearing on charges that that he stole expensive Nike sneakers, $500 cash and almost $900 worth of video games from a friend's apartment.
LAS VEGAS -- A suspended UNLV basketball player will remain free without bail pending a Nov. 12 preliminary hearing on charges that he stole expensive Nike sneakers, $500 cash and almost $900 worth of video games from a friend's apartment.
Nineteen-year-old Savon Goodman stood with his attorney during a brief initial appearance Friday on misdemeanor conspiracy and felony burglary and grand larceny charges that could get him up to 15 years in a Nevada prison.
He and his lawyer, William Terry, later declined to comment.
Police say a resident identified Goodman as one of three people who made off with items during an overnight burglary May 18 at an apartment near campus. Goodman is a sophomore from Philadelphia.
Coach Dave Rice has announced Goodman will sit out the upcoming season.
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