North Dakota Football Player Resists Arrest, Officer Says, "he wasn't being very nice"

North Dakota Football Player Resists Arrest, Officer Says, "he wasn't being very nice"

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North Dakota Football Player Resists Arrest, Officer Says, "he wasn't being very nice"

Josh Seibel, a junior wide receiver for the University of North Dakota, was arrested early Sunday morning outside Joe Black’s Bar & Grill in Grand Forks. Police were called after Seibel tried to take a drink outside. Bar employees held him down until the cops arrived and then he resisted. A lot. Via the West Fargo Pioneer:

When police attempted to arrest Seibel, he pulled away multiple times and was shouting obscenities, according to the report. Seibel was uncooperative with police while in custody, Simon said, adding officers placed a hobble restraint on the football player. A hobble restraint is a canvas strap used to bind a prisoner’s ankles together then connect the strap to the restrained person’s handcuffed wrists in an effort to limit movement and prevent that person from kicking officers.

Grand Forks Police Sgt. Duane Simon had this to say about Seibel after the arrest.

“He wasn’t being very nice.”

Seibel, 21, is listed at 5’11”, 180-pounds.

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