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Former KU player Marcus Morris cited for misdemeanor battery

In not so surprising news this weekend, following the Border War College Basketball game between Missouri and Kansas, Former Kansas University and current NBA player Marcus Morris received a misdemeanor battery citation early Sunday related to an alleged fight at a Lawrence night club, (The Cave).

A Lawrence police spokeswoman, said police were called at 2:37 a.m. Sunday to The Cave, a nightclub in The Oread, 1200 Oread Ave., where an altercation began. She said a male employee alleged he was punched by another man after a verbal dispute that turned physical. It was also alleged another man punched the employee from behind.

Two men were given citations for misdemeanor battery, according to the citations, Marcus Morris, 22, and Julius K. Harris, 23, of Philadelphia, received tickets with notices to appear March 20 in Lawrence Municipal Court.

Morris played three years at KU and is a member of the Houston Rockets. He and his brother Markieff Morris, of the Phoenix Suns, were in Lawrence last weekend and attended the KU-Missouri game Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse.

If you or someone you know has been charged with Misdemeanor Battery, DUI, or other Criminal Charges in Kansas, contact our office in Overland Park, KS for a free case evaluation with an attorney today.

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