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12/31/2010

Pitt Panthers Football Coach arrested on domestic violence charge

 Pitt Panthers Football Coach arrested and Jailed on domestic violence charge in Indiana

 Pitt Panthers Football Coach Mike Haywood was arrested and jailed on a domestic violence charge after a domestic disturbance  at his South Bend Indiana home.
Assistant St. Joseph County Indiana Police Chief Bill Redman says Pitt Panthers Football Coach Mike Haywood was arrested about 3 p.m. Friday after a custody issue developed with a woman with whom Pitt Panthers Football Coach Haywood has a child. The unidentified woman told police that Pitt Panthers Football Coach Mike Haywood grabbed her by the arm and neck and pushed her as she tried to leave.
Redman says the woman had marks on her neck, arms and back.
Pitt Panthers Football Coach Mike Haywood will be held without bond in the St. Joseph County, Indiana County Jail until he goes before a judge. Redman says that might occur over the weekend, but no later than Monday.

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