County prosecutors have announced that Notre Dame linebacker Carlo Calabrese is being charged with intimidation, a Class A misdemeanor in Indiana, for his role in fleeing a party in South Bend, according to Brian Hamilton of the Chicago Tribune.
Hamilton was arrested along with Notre Dame quarterback Tommy Rees as they attempted to flee the party in South Bend after police arrived due to a series of noise complaints. The quarterback has already been charged with four misdemeanors for his role in the situation, including a charge for allegedly hitting an officer while trying to flee.
Calabrese, a junior, played a key role in Notre Dame's defense last season. Appearing in every game, he recorded 37 tackles and a sack. He will appear in court on Thursday.
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