MCC student-athlete arrested on burglary, flee and elude charges



MANHATTAN — Kansas State Police arrested a Manhattan Christian College basketball player early Saturday morning at Haymaker Hall on the K-State campus.

According to the Riley County Police Department arrest report, 21-year-old DeAngelo Bell was arrested shortly before 2:30 a.m. on charges of flee or attempt to elude officers. Other charges included burglary of a non-dwelling, theft of property or services and attempted burglary. Additional details are currently pending a complete investigation from K-State Police. Bell was lodged in the Riley County Jail on a total $35,000 bond.

Bell is listed as a freshman guard for the MCC basketball team from Kansas City, Kansas. In a statement to News Radio KMAN, Manhattan Christian College President Kevin Ingram said, “Manhattan Christian College is aware of the arrest and investigation of one of it’s students. In the interim, we will suspend the athlete from the team. Further action regarding the student is an internal matter and will be handled accordingly.”


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