High school football recruit arrested twice in 1 month - WAFF-TV: News, Weather and Sports for Huntsville, AL

High school football recruit arrested twice in 1 month

Dee Liner (Source: Muscle Shoals High School) Dee Liner (Source: Muscle Shoals High School)
MUSCLE SHOALS, AL (WAFF) -

A highly rated high school football player in North Alabama was arrested.

A Muscle Shoals standout has been picked up twice by police this month.

On July 1, a female Muscle Shoals police officer pulled over a vehicle around 10:45 p.m. at 907 Avalon Ave. As the officer was conducting the traffic stop, another vehicle pulled up.

Davion Cornelious (Dee) Liner exited the second vehicle, ran up to the officer, and began screaming, cursing and throwing objects at her.

He yelled several things at the officer including, "Let my *expletive* mother go. You're not going to tell me what to do."

He's charged with disorderly conduct and obstructing government operations.

His court date is set for August 23 in Muscle Shoals Municipal Court.

Liner was arrested late Tuesday night around 1 a.m. with a group of kids for jumping the fence at the Sheffield Public Pool.

He was initially charged with burglary, but it has been dropped to criminal trespass because all they did was jump in the pool.

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