POCATELLO — Idaho State University assistant football coach DaVonte' Neal has been charged with felony first-degree murder in Arizona and the school intends to terminate his contract.
Neal has been charged with one count of first-degree murder, a class one felony, according to a copy of Neal's indictment obtained by the Idaho State Journal Thursday evening. He also faces one count of drive by shooting, a class two felony, and one count of discharging a firearm at a structure, a class three felony.
Idaho State head coach Charlie Ragle on DBs coach DaVonte’ Neal’s arrest: “The circumstances that have taken place in the last week are devastating to everybody involved.”— Greg Woods (@GregWWoods) June 2, 2022
Ragle issued this statement and did not take questions, explaining he didn’t have all the answers. pic.twitter.com/KG4M6INokC