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UPDATE: Montee Ball's Mifflin case closed with noise violation


MADISON (WKOW) -- Badger football star Montee Ball pleaded no contest Monday to an unreasonable noise violation, in connection to his actions during May's annual Mifflin Street Block Party.

The judge accepted Ball's plea. Ball will have to pay a $177 fine.

In May, Ball was arrested and cited for trespassing, when he went on the porch of a home and tried to force his way in to use a bathroom.

Ball was one of dozens of students and others arrested and cited for violations during the May 5 block party.


 MADISON (WKOW) -- Badgers running back Montee Ball has a court hearing scheduled for Monday regarding a citation he got during the Mifflin Street Block Party.

Ball is challenging the trespassing ticket. Police say he went to a home on Mifflin Street and tried to push his way in to use the bathroom.

On Friday, an attorney for Ball told 27 News there's a proposed plea agreement that may resolve the issue. Attorney Dean Strang says Ball will plead no contest to a reduced charge of unreasonable noise.

Strang says if a judge accepts the agreement, Ball would have to pay $177.

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