BREAKING: LSU suspends RB Trey Holly indefinitely following arrest in shooting

LSU redshirt freshman running back Trey Holly has been indefinitely suspended from the program and all team activities following his arrest Thursday on three felony charges relating to a shooting in his hometown of Farmerville, Louisiana, over the weekend.

Holly was charged with attempted second-degree murder in Union Parish as well as aggravated criminal damage to property and illegal use of a firearm. The news was first reported by Wilson Alexander of The Advocate.

Holly reportedly turned himself in on Thursday, and he’s being held at the Union Parish Detention Center on a $512,000 bond. Two others were arrested in conjunction with the alleged shooting, which reportedly left two people injured.

“We are aware that a student-athlete has been arrested in relation to a shooting in Union Parish,” LSU said in a statement Thursday. “This student-athlete has been suspended indefinitely from all team activities, in accordance with departmental policies. Out of respect for the judicial process, we will have no further comment.”

A record-setting high school running back in the state of Louisiana, Holly appeared in three games as a true freshman in 2023. He saw just 11 carries, which he took for 110 yards and a touchdown.

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