“Let my f****** mother go. You’re not going to tell me what to do.”
Those, among others, are the words of Auburn commit Dee Liner to a female Muscle Shoals police officer back on July 1.
According to WAFF-48 and al.com, after making a traffic stop, a female Muscle Shoals police officer said Liner pulled up to the scene in another vehicle. Police say Liner ran over to the officer and began screaming, cursing and throwing objects at the female officer.
Liner was placed under arrest and charged with disorderly conduct and obstructing government operations, with a court date for those charges set for Aug. 23.
Then, ten days later, WAFF reports Liner that Auburn commit arrested in a separate incident on July 10 in what police say was a group of people caught jumping a fence at a public pool in Sheffield. Liner was initially charged with burglary but the charge has since been decreased to criminal trespassing. No court date has been set in that matter.
Liner is a 6-foot-2, 275-pound defender, and a prized get for Frank Chiznik and his fighting Chiziks. But after a string of off-the-field incidents involving current, former and yet-to-be Auburn players, Liner seems to be yet another component to the building thug mentality that is quickly becoming Auburn football.
Who the heck is at the wheel in Lee County?
Is thuggery somewhere in the Auburn creed?
And when is the state media going to sit up and take notice at the rampant misconduct taking place among those for which the Chiz is supposed to be responsible?