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February 2, 2014

OSU basketball player arrested for outraging public decency

STILLWATER, Okla. — Oklahoma State University freshman point guard Stevie Clark was arrested Sunday morning for outraging public decency, according to Stillwater City Jail reports.

Details of the incident were unavailable Sunday. Outraging public decency is a misdemeanor offense.

On Jan. 1,, Clark was arrested on drug charges by Edmond Police. He also was suspended from the team during its Florida trip in December. Clark played high school basketball at Oklahoma City Douglass.

Clark has participated in 16 of OSU's 21 games this season, but isn't a starter. He is on the court an average of 16 minutes per game. He averages 5.3 points per game, and has 43 assists and 15 steals.


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