Two Arrested for Stealing Beer from Neyland Stadium | Athletic Business

Two Arrested for Stealing Beer from Neyland Stadium

Two people were arrested for breaking into — and stealing beer from — the University of Tennessee football stadium.

According to arrest warrants obtained by USA Today, Rachel N. Barter and Spencer Ranencio Ngumuya were arrested this weekend on burglary charges for attempting to steal $624 worth of beer from Neyland Stadium.

The Neyland Stadium security cameras showed five people inside the Knoxville stadium on Saturday night. The individuals were still inside the stadium when police officers arrived at about 11 p.m.

Barter, a 20-year-old from Nashville, and Ngumuya, a 19-year-old from Indiana, were each carrying 24 beers.

Barer and Ngumuya said they got into the locked stadium by crawling under a fence. They saw a walk-in cooler and decided to steal beer, which is sold for $12-13 each at Neyland.

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