Ohio.com staff


KENT: Former Theodore Roosevelt High School football standout Tra’Von Chapman had his pretrial hearing postponed, according to the Record-Courier.



 



Chapman, who enrolled at the University of Pittsburgh on a football scholarship earlier this year, was charged with one count of assault, a first-degree misdemeanor, and one count of unlawful restraint, a third-degree misdemeanor, on April 30. Chapman was accused of assaulting a woman at his Kent residence on April 26.



 



Both sides agreed to postpone to pretrial hearing until June 27 at 2:15 p.m.  Chapman was suspended indefinitely after the incident by Pitt Panthers head football coach Paul Cryst.



 



For more information on Chapman’s case, click here.