No wrongdoing by police in arrest of Notre Dame CB Devin Butler, chief says

ND Insider Staff
ND Insider

SOUTH BEND -- Police Chief Scott Ruszkowski says the police officer who arrested Notre Dame player Devin Butler in August did nothing wrong and will not be disciplined.

Butler, a senior cornerback, was arrested early on the morning of Aug. 20 after an altercation with police outside the Linebacker bar near campus. He faces felony charges of allegedly assaulting an officer.

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Notre Dame football player Devin Butler, middle, walks next to his dad Tony Butler and girlfriend Haleigh Bailey into St. Joseph Superior Court, Wednesday, August 24, 2016 in South Bend. St. Joseph County prosecutors have charged the suspended football player on felony counts of resisting law enforcement and battery of a police officer after an altercation early Saturday morning at a bar near campus. (Tribune Photo/BECKY MALEWITZ)