Four Hofstra University basketball players arrested in burglary ring

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Four Hostra University basketball players have been charged with burglary after they were arrested in a string of dorm-room robberies, according to police.

Sophomore Shaquille Stokes and freshmen Jimmy Hall Jr., Kentrell Washington and Dallas Angling are accused of stealing mostly Apple products that they turned around and sold.


Four Hofstra University basketball players were arrested in connection to a burglary ring

All four were arrested Thursday in what police believe was an organized theft ring, in which the players entered unlocked dorm rooms at least six times to loot cash, computers, iPads and other things.

Police believe they may be able to link several other burglaries to the players.

All four pleaded not guilty Friday, three of the four are being held on bail.  Dallas Anglin was released after posting $2,000 bail.

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