Court hearing for Pitt quarterback Chapman delayed again
A pre-trial hearing for Pitt quarterback Tra'von Chapman, who is charged with assault and unlawful restraint of a female victim, was postponed Thursday.
This is the second time the hearing has been delayed in Portage County (Ohio) Municipal Court.
Court officials said the postponement was due to a scheduling conflict with a separate case in Cuyahoga County involving Chapman's attorney, Deanna Robertson.
His hearing will now be held on July 29.
Chapman was arrested April 26 in Kent.
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