BOSTON (AP) -New Jersey Nets forward Sean Williams was arrested at Boston College last weekend for allegedly violating a no trespassing order.
A campus police report says the former BC player was arrested Sunday shortly before the Eagles played Duke. The order was issued in May. Police did not say why he was barred from campus.
Williams was dismissed from the Boston College team in January 2007. His lawyer says the player was invited to the game by the school's coaching staff.
Williams posted $40 bail but failed to show for arraignment Tuesday. A judge rescheduled the arraignment for March 5.
Williams and Nets coach Lawrence Frank had no comment in Houston, where the Nets played Tuesday night.
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