A man was held captive in his own apartment and now three college students are behind bars. One of them was Citadel starting quarterback Miguel Starks. According to the court, Starks has been charged with armed robbery, burglary first degree, kidnapping, and possession of a firearm in commission of a violent crime.
WCIV in Charleston reports Starks and three others allegedly forced their way into the Charleston apartment, holding the victim at gunpoint. Starks and the others are charged for tying the man up, stealing his wallet, some jewelry and electronics. After the suspects left, the victim freed himself, called the police, and led police to the arrests. The suspects faced court over the weekend.Starks’ bond is set for $250,000 for the armed robbery and kidnapping charges.
Citadel head coach Kevin Higgins is aware of the incident, but did not give a comment.