I mean, if you're going to do something, do it hard, right? That's a lesson that can serve you well in life ... unless that "something" involves getting arrested.
This morning, we learned that Louisville transfer Zach Price, who sat out this season due to transfer rules, was arrested for going to great lengths to pick a fight with his roommate, I guess.
At 1:17 a.m. officers were dispatched to the area of Heather Lane and Ash Street for a disturbance call, where Price was involved in a fight with a male and female. According to the probable cause statement, Price and the male victim, his roommate, had been in an ongoing dispute.
Price, 20, followed the male and female in his vehicle to Stadium Boulevard where he blocked the male’s vehicle with his own to prevent him from leaving the area. Price exited his vehicle and punched the male in the face. The female tried to intervene and Price pushed her to the ground. Both alleged victims received minor injuries.
During the incident, Price’s vehicle collided with the male victim’s vehicle. Price was arrested on two counts with bonds set at $1,000 and $500. He posted bail and was released from Boone County Jail.
And then ... well, let's let these consecutive tweets from Steve Walentik tell the story.
Haith: "... I’ve been up all night, and we’re still working toward finding out what all went on. I can tell you that we’re not real happy."— Steve Walentik (@Steve_Walentik) April 3, 2014
Haith said the team would discipline Price accordingly.— Steve Walentik (@Steve_Walentik) April 3, 2014
Columbia Police confirm that Zach Price has been arrested a second time today. Awaiting more details from CPD.— Steve Walentik (@Steve_Walentik) April 3, 2014
So ... yeah. No idea what happens from here, but this is the kind of overachievement we don't tend to encourage. Got anything to say right now, Coach Haith?