Four former Auburn University football players, accused of robbing a trailer-park home at gunpoint in March, have been indicted by a grand jury, according to a report Wednesday.
Antonio Goodwin, 20, Shaun Kitchens, 19, Mike McNeil, 22, and Dakota Mosley, 19, are due to be arraigned in circuit court May 26 after a Lee County jury indicted the former players, according to AL.com, the website for The Birmingham News, The Huntsville Times and Mobile Press-Register.
All four are accused of entering a trailer at the Conway Acres park near Auburn's campus and robbing the residents at gunpoint.
According to the report, police stopped the suspects not long after the robbery. A handgun, an air gun and stolen property were reportedly found in their possession.
The men are facing five counts of first-degree robbery, one count of first-degree burglary and one count of third-degree theft of property. Mosley also faces an additional misdemeanor count of conspiracy to hinder business, according to Al.com.
Auburn football coach Gene Chizik permanently dismissed all four players in March, saying he was "extremely disappointed and embarrassed" by the players’ alleged actions.
McNeil was a starting safety for the Tigers last season as a junior. Mosley, Goodwin and Kitchens were all freshmen last year who had no playing time during Auburn's national championship run.