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Missouri’s D’Angelo Allen pleads not guilty to peace disturbance

D’Angelo Allen
D’Angelo Allen Mizzou Athletics

Missouri freshman basketball player D’Angelo Allen has pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor charge stemming from an alleged altercation in the early-morning hours Sept. 14.

Allen, 18, a freshman from Dallas, was arrested along with fellow Tigers freshman Jakeenan Gant and another man on suspicion of third-degree assault.

Last week, Allen and Gant were formally charged with a peace disturbance, first offense. It is a B misdemeanor.

Allen, through his attorney, entered a not guilty plea on Friday and he is scheduled for trial Dec. 3, though a plea deal remains a possibility.

Gant, 18, a forward from Georgia who also is charged with peace disturbance, has yet to enter a plea and is scheduled for arraignment Thursday in Boone County court.

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