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Robbery arrests include 2 former Griz players

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Police in Missoula have arrested five suspects in a convenience store robbery that left the clerk with a skull fracture.

Two of the suspects are former University of Montana football players.

Former Griz strong safety Andrew Badger is charged with robbery, aggravated assault and tampering with evidence. He last played in 2011.

Court records indicate former cornerback Timothy Parks is charged with tampering with evidence. Parks was suspended from the team in 2007 after being arrested on charges that he pointed a gun at a woman while trying to collect a debt.

Also arrested Wednesday night brothers Devon and Ikaika Kamaka and with Cruz Bernardi. All are charged with Tuesday’s robbery. Devon Kamaka also is charged with aggravated assault.

All are to appear in Justice Court on Friday.

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