Tennessee Football 2012: Tyler Bray Tossing Beer Bottles, a Story or Not?

Kevin King@kevin glen kingSenior Analyst IIJuly 26, 2012

Compliments of GoVols.com
Compliments of GoVols.com

Starting Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray and his roommate Michael Grandinetti were reportedly involved in a vandalism incident outside the apartment they share Friday evening.

John Adams and Don Jacobs of The Knoxville News Sentinel published an article on GoVols.com about the incident last night. 

The vandalism reportedly occurred at The Landings, Riverside Forrest Way, some time between 8 and 10 p.m. Friday evening. Bray and Grandinetti share an apartment at the complex.

Brandi Hudson, 22, told police that the windshield and hood of her 2008 Ford Special had been damaged, supposedly by Bray and Grandinetti. Another resident of the apartment complex reported seeing the two tossing beer bottles and golf balls from their balcony at the vehicle.

When Ms. Hudson discovered the damage, she also found a note stating "I know what happened to your car." The note contained the name and number of Kristie Allen, 21, another resident of The Landings, who told Ms. Hudson what happened.

According to Knoxville Police Department spokesman Darrell DeBusk, the victim decided not to press any charges after Bray reached out and offered to pay for any damages.  

The complete story is detailed in this article by Mr. Adams and Mr. Jacobs.

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