LSU offensive lineman suspended; arrest warrant issued for alleged burglary

LSU has chosen a new tiger to take the mantle of "Mike VII."

LSU offensive lineman Adrian Magee was indefinitely suspended by the football program on Wednesday. An warrant has also been issued for his arrest.

Magee has been charged with simple burglary — a felony — according to Baton Rouge, La., TV station WBRZ2.

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According to the Baton Rouge Police arrest warrant obtained by WBRZ2, Magee's victim returned to his apartment after midnight on April 1 to find his door had been forced in and that someone had stolen an Xbox gaming console, six Xbox games, Gucci flip flops, an Onyx bluetooth speaker, and $1,200 cash from the residence.

While the victim was looking through his apartment, Magee — who reportedly wore his LSU jersey — stuck his head through the front door, asking if he'd been burglarized. The victim said he had, and would review his security camera footage to see who had done it. Upon hearing that, Magee left and returned with several, but not all, of the stolen items. He then admitted to having taken them.

Magee will be a redshirt sophomore in 2017. He played in three games last season.

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