Cavs Assault Update: NM Stars Release 4 Players

Report by: Megan Contreras/ mcontreras@k2tv.com

We have an update to bring you on the assault that took place after the Wyoming Cavalry game Friday night.
According to Albuquerque TV station KOB, 4 New Mexico Stars players were released from the team for allegedly assaulting Cavalry Middle Linebacker, Ross Cochran.
The 4 released are Running Back Darius Marshall, Linebacker Devin Wilson, also known on the roster as Tray Hardaway, Offensive Lineman Eric Martinear and Wide Receiver Marcus Smith.
Jerry Dunn, Owner and General Manager of the New Mexico Stars released a statement to KOB TV saying, "We are a community-first franchise that represents the state of New Mexico and this type of behavior is inexcusable and will not be tolerated."
Marshall and Wilson were the only 2 arrested Friday after the incident and were bonded out that same night.
The Cavs won a hard fought game in the final minute against the Stars.
In the first quarter a player from the Stars was ejected for a personal foul.
A window is still broken at the Events Center and officials believe a Stars player is to blame.
Police confirm no Cavs players were arrested.