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Texas High School Basketball Player Benched for Bad Behavior and His Brother Accused of Brawling with Coach After Game

Texas Basketball Player Accused of Attacking Coach After Being Benched
Source: Montgomery County Sheriff's Office

Jevin Allen (left) was benched during high school basketball game for bad behavior. Then, he and his brother reportedly attacked the coach after game, police said.

Dec. 14 2023, Published 10:02 a.m. ET

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A Texas high school basketball player and his brother were arrested after they allegedly attacked the team coach, who benched one for bad behavior during a game, according to authorities.

Officers recently were dispatched to Willis High School in Conroe in reference to an assault that had occurred in the school's parking lot, according to the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office.

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Authorities said 17-year-old Jevin Allen played for Willis High School, and he was benched during a game at Conroe High School for his behavior toward an opposing player.

After the game, Allen and his family returned to Willis to wait for the coach, officials said.

The coach arrived and entered the school, and when he came back out to the parking lot, Allen and his family are accused of confronting him.

Police claimed the incident began with a verbal altercation but turned physical when Allen allegedly punched the coach and was then joined by his 22-year-old brother, Jarrick Allen.

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According to police, another coach broke up the fight with the help of bystanders and the alleged assailants fled.

Deputies reviewed video surveillance and interviewed witnesses at the scene. Authorities noted the coach suffered injuries to his head, neck, face and arms.

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Police were able to track down the brothers, and they were arrested and charged with assault on a public servant. They were both released after posting a $23,000 bond each.

“The investigation is ongoing, but we did determine that the student’s address was no longer valid, so he has been withdrawn from the district," the Willis Independent School District said in a statement, KHOU reported. "We are deeply saddened by this incident and will not tolerate this behavior from students."

Authorities said the coach is recovering.

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