Tampa Police say Hassan Childs, 22, was involved in a road rage incident with another driver near the USF Campus Saturday night.
USF senior safety Hassan Childs, arrested Monday for his part in a suspected road-rage incident, is no longer part of the Bulls program, first-year coach Charlie Strong announced Tuesday.
According to Tampa police, Childs was involved in a road rage incident Saturday during which he tailgated then pulled alongside a auto with a family of three inside.
Police state that Jimenez claimed Childs pointed a gun at him while he was in his vehicle with his wife and child. The South Florida redshirt senior allegedly pointed a gun at Jovanni Jimenez and his family, after which Jimenez shot Childs three times.
Both Childs and Jimenez have active concealed weapons permits. According to Strong, Childs is in stable condition and was the only person injured.
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Tampa police have arrested and charged Childs with three counts of aggravated assault and a misdemeanor charge of possession of marijuana, reported ESPN.
Tampa Police are not charging Jimenez, because they say Childs was the aggressor in this situation. Jimenez, 26, was not charged. The statement added no one else was injured. The Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office will determine the latter based on its investigation. There is an ongoing investigation of the incident and we are in the process of gathering further information.
Childs does not have a criminal history in Florida, according to the Times.
Childs has posted 28 total tackles and three interceptions.