WSU’s Logan Tago reportedly arrested for June incident

WASHINGTON STATE’s Logan Tago was arrested Monday evening when he arrived for another interview with detectives, according to a report by Tago, listed as the -OR- starting rush along with Dylan Hanser on this week's depth chart, is alleged to have been part of a group more than three months ago on June 4 who stole beer from and assaulted an individual.

Tago was charged with felony robbery and second degree felony assault, according to the report.

Mike Leach has a one-and-done policy when it comes to three things: violence against women, drugs and stealing – commit any of those acts once and you’re dismissed from the program under Leach.

The article says the victim positively identified one of the suspects as Tago and that after three months, the Pullman police detectives were able to obtain enough evidence to arrest Tago at the police station when he arrived for another interview with detectives.

The article does not say if it was another interview on the June incident or an interview on another matter. Pullman police have said they are continuing to interview football players regarding an incident this summer. KREM2 TV in Spokane in late July reported a WSU student accused three Cougar freshman football players of assault at a party at a house in Pullman.

Tago’s arrest comes after starting safety Shalom Luani was arrested days prior to the season opener

The article on Tago does not cite sources and there is no record of Tago’s arrest in the Pullman Police daily log.


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