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Toledo basketball commit charged with assault, domestic violence

By World Exposure News Services, 06/20/20, 11:30AM CDT

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Ra’Heim Moss @MossRaheim , an incoming freshman on the University of Toledo men’s basketball team, has been charged with assault and domestic violence, according to court records.

Moss was arrested May 26 in Springfield, Ohio, and he’s accused of beating, choking, and slamming his live-in girlfriend to the ground, and verbally abusing her, according to a police report. He’s also accused of taking her cell phone and breaking the device as she tried to call 911.

He was arraigned June 8 in Clark County Municipal Court, pleading not guilty to both charges.

Moss is scheduled for pretrial July 1. His attorney did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Moss was a standout basketball and football player at Springfield High School. He attended Spire Academy as a post-graduate,  where he averaged 18.0 points, 5.0 rebounds, and 4.0 assists per game last season.

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