BOISE, Idaho (AP) – The latest as of the arrest of one Boise State First year guard (local time):

15:30.

The police say a Boise State University freshman guard is charged with drums after entering a 21-year-old bar and fighting with an employee who asked him to leave.

Online Arrest Records of Arrest at Ada County Office, Sherriff, Show 19 Years Jaycson Bereal was booked early Sunday and charged with two offenses. In addition to the battery, he faces a load related to strolling.

Police say when an employee has discovered Be realHis age, he asked him to leave. The police say Be real "Started fighting physically with the employee, finally beating him."

Police say he's also been cited for detention and / or drinking by a minor.

His father, Jaycson Bereal Sr., told Idaho Press that the details are unclear, but that this is a misunderstanding which, he hopes, will be resolved quickly.

The sports department of the school said in a statement that it is aware of the incident "and that it will appropriately manage the policy of each department."

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A Boise State The first-year guard was arrested and charged with two minor offenses.

Online arrest registers for arrests at the Sherriff Ada County office Jaycson Bereal was booked early Sunday and charged with battery and wandering charges involving a vagrant miner in premises selling alcohol.

His father, Jaycson Bereal Sr., told Idaho Press that the details are unclear, but that this is a misunderstanding which, he hopes, will be resolved quickly.

19 years old Be real is redshirt this season. He did not attend the last games to focus on his homework.

The sports department of the school said in a statement that "Boise State is aware of the incident last night and will appropriately manage the policy of each department. "

The 6-foot-6-inch guard was a prospect hoped for from Tulsa Booker T. Washington High School in Oklahoma.

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Information from: Idaho Press, http://www.idahopress.com

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