STILLWATER, Okla. — Kentrevious Jones, Maurice Calloo and Michael Weathers – the three former Oklahoma State basketball players who were dismissed from the team earlier this year after suspicion of vandalizing cars with a BB gun – were officially charged Wednesday in Payne County District Court. A woman, Imani Patterson, was also charged on the same counts. Patterson was a former OSU cheerleader.

Each defendant was charged with two felony counts for malicious injury to property over $1,000 and seven misdemeanor counts for malicious injury to property under $1,000.

The felony counts occurred at two separate locations on Jan. 1. Count 1 happened in the area of S. James Court, with the charged accused of using a BB gun to shoot the hood, front panel, and front and rear doors of a Toyota Rav4, causing $4,500 worth of damage to the vehicle.

This crime is punishable up to two years in prison and a fine of up to $1,000.

Count 2 happened in an OSU parking lot as the charged are accused of using a BB gun to shoot the rear window, front window and add 14 body dents to a 2007 Ford Edge, with the damage approximated at $3,093,01.

This crime is punishable up to two years in prison and a fine of up to $1,000.

On the misdemeanor counts, all are punishable by up to one year in jail and a fine of up to $500.

Count 3 occurred at S. James Court with the four charged with using a BB gun to shoot a rear door window from an apartment.

Count 4 saw the accused charged with using a BB gun to shoot the windshield of a Chevrolet Malibu at S. James Court.

Count 5 saw the accused charged with using a BB gun to shoot the rear window of a Ford Escape at an OSU parking lot.

Count 6 saw the accused charged with shooting out a window pane at OSU's Monroe Street Parking Garage.

Count 7 saw the accused charged with using a BB gun to shoot the rear window of a Ford Thunderbird at an OSU parking lot.

Count 8 saw the accused charged with using a BB gun to shoot out the rear window of a 2016 Jeep at an OSU parking lot.

Count 9 saw the accused charged with using a BB gun to shoot the rear window and rear fender of a 2010 Nissan at an OSU parking lot.

Jones, 20, a former center from Georgia, had sat out for most of the season due to violation of team rules before he and his two teammates were dismissed.

Calloo, 19, a former forward from Canada, had also sat out for a large portion of the schedule. He transferred to Cleveland State (Ohio) in late January.

Weathers, 21, a former point guard, had transferred in from Miami (Ohio) and already had a misdemeanor charge from last fall of knowingly concealing stolen property.

OSU coach Mike Boynton dismissed the players in January, saying at the time there were “cloudy details” about the alleged incident.

“I’m not that emotional,” Boynton said at the time. “They weren’t emotional. They were pretty matter of fact. I expressed my disappointment and frustration with whatever their involvement is in the situation and the time has come for us to part ways.

None of the four charged have been booked according to the Stillwater Police Department.


Bishop writes for Stillwater News Press, a CNHI News Service publication.

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