NEW ORLEANS (AP) -Police arrested Tulane football player Ray Boudreaux on Friday in connection with the Bourbon Street stabbing that left five people hurt last weekend.
Boudreaux was arrested early Friday at his home in Metairie on five counts of attempted murder, according to police, who said the knife used in the stabbings was found in his house.
Tulane suspended Boudreaux from school and the team.
Boudreaux stabbed five people in a fight between two groups at a French Quarter bar that ended on the streets Sunday, police said, citing a surveillance camera that caught the stabbing.
Police Sgt. Joe Narcisse said a tipster recognized Boudreaux on the video.
Boudreaux, a 5-foot-10-inch running back, started two of the eight games he played for Tulane last year and had 175 yards.
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