[CLARIFICATION: The original version of this story mistakenly reported, in the headline and body of the story, that Garrett Sickels and his three teammates were “arrested.” According to Sickels’ father, Stanley Sickels, they were issued summonses but not taken into custody. Stanley Sickels said all four players maintain their innocence. November 2, 2014]
Red Bank’s Garrett Sickels is among four Penn State football players facing disciplinary action after being charged late Thursday night for egging a campus building.
Sickels, a sophomore defensive end who was a standout at Red Bank Regional, and three teammates were was issued a summons for criminal mischief for throwing eggs at a residential building, according to a report Friday by PennLive.com.