Four members of the Bowling Green football team face charges as a result of a fight that took place at their house on Oct. 14.
Bowling Green police have charged TE-DE Kendall Montgomery with assault and violation of nuisance party regulations, while three other players -- DB Jude Adjei-Barimah, WR Deejay White and DB Mark Mays -- have been charged with violations of nuisance party regulations.
According to a police report, BG police officers were called to a party at the residence of the players and found Ivory H. Brooks III, lying unconscious. Brooks was treated at the scene and transported to Wood County Hospital, then later transported via air ambulance to St. Vincent’s Mercy Medical Center.
Brooks’ roommate, Norman L. Jackson Jr., went to Wood County Hospital later and was treated and released for injuries that he sustained in the incident.
Montgomery was suspended for the Falcons game against Eastern Michigan on Oct. 27 as a result of the incident, while Adjei-Barimah, White and May were the subject of internal disciplinary action, according to BG sports information staff.
Montgomery, Adjei-Barimah and White have had a court date set for Wednesday, Nov. 7. All four players are expected to be available when BG plays at Ohio that evening.