BLOG — Current Ole Miss tight end Jamal Mosley and former Ole Miss two-way standout Nickolas Brassell were arrested Saturday on various charges by the Oxford Police Department.Mosley, a senior who came to Ole Miss from Northwest Mississippi Community College before the 2011 season, was charged with public drunkeness and disturbing the peace. He was received at the Lafayette County Detention Center at 11:45 p.m., according to arrest records. Mosley was released by A-1 Bail Bonds at 4 the following morning. Brassell, who was released by Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze following the spring semester and expected to play for East Mississippi Community College this fall, was charged with disturbing the peace. He was also received at the LCDC at 11:45 p.m. and was bonded out by the same company at 3:06 the next morning.
According to Mississippi Code of 1972, a charge of public drunk carries a maximum of $100 fine or jail time of no more than 30 days. A conviction of disturbing the peace could result in a $500 fine or up to six months in jail. Both charges are misdemeanors.
Update: Freeze said in an e-mail released by Ole Miss Media Relations that Mosley was suspended indefinetly.
“Jamal is suspended indefinitely while we review the situation. We take reports like this very seriously, and we will handle it accordingly once we have looked at all the facts,” Freeze said.