Iowa football player accused of disorderly conduct
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Iowa defensive back Micah Hyde had another run-in with police over the weekend and now faces a disorderly conduct charge.
The Quad-City Times reports (http://bit.ly/RjFKZe ) that Hyde was ticketed Sunday after Iowa City police responded to a loud party in his apartment building.
Hyde, who started 38 games for Iowa before his career ended last month, was also arrested in October on suspicion of public intoxication and interference with official acts.
Hyde pleaded guilty to interference and was ordered to pay nearly $400 in fines, but he faces a Dec. 27 court date on the intoxication charge.
Hyde is scheduled to make his first court appearance on the disorderly conduct charge on Jan. 24.
Hyde's lawyer did not immediately respond to a message Sunday and his number is unlisted.
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