Marshall football: Highly touted receiver arrested on felony charges
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. -- Marshall wide receiver Angelo Jean-Louis was arrested this morning on felony charges of using a stolen credit card, according to Cabell County Magistrate Court records.
According to court records, Jean-Louis is accused of using the stolen card at the 7-Eleven at 19th Street and Fifth Avenue in Huntington, once for $14 and once for $11. Each transaction is considered a separate charge.
He was brought into Western Regional Jail at 4:30 a.m. by Marshall police, according to jail records. Bail is set at $20,000.
Marshall released a statement this morning on Jean-Louis' arrest: "We are aware of his situation. We will handle the matter internally and appropriately."
Jean-Louis, a four-star prospect from Fork Union Military Academy considered the nation's top prep school prospect by 247Sports, was part of the Thundering Herd's 2013 signing class. He enrolled at Marshall in January, but was not academically eligible to participate in spring practice.