An athlete with a troubled past has been kicked off the U-N-I football team after being arrested this weekend. Hakim Hill has been permanently dismissed from the football and track teams at the University of Northern Iowa. Hill was taken into custody on four misdemeanors following a weekend altercation at a hotel in Iowa City. He’s charged with two counts of assault on a peace officer, and one count each of disorderly conduct, public intoxication and interferecence with official acts. The charges result fron an incident tha occurred early yesterday morning (Sunday) when police responded to a fight at the Sheraton Inn. Police allege that Hill fought with officers, and threatened to kill them and harm their families. The former Iowa City High all-stater enrolled at U-N-I last month after being kicked off the Arizona State University football team in December for violatin team rules.
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