TULSA - A University of Tulsa football player is suspended from the team after the arrest of his girlfriend.
Macy's employee, Chamon Jones, was taken into custody on an embezzlement charge.
Police statements confirm Jones sold a total of $2821.59 worth of merchandise for a fraction of the cost to Damaris Johnson.
In the report, Macy's Loss Prevention states that Johnson paid $12.91 for merchandise worth $1583.18 on August 20th, and that it was paid for with Jones' debit card.
Five days later a similar incident was reported.
This time 34-cents was allegedly paid for $1238.59 worth of merchandise.
Police tell 2NEWS that Johnson was interviewed, but not arrested.
The University of Tulsa released a statement Friday afternoon saying, "Head Football Coach Bill Blankenship has indefinitely suspended football student-athlete Damaris Johnson from all team activities pending a university review of information recently received by university officials. The university will not comment further pending completion of this review."
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