Security camera footage of the incident which led to the arrest of two Florida football players was released on Monday.
According to The Alligator, the University Police released video from the incident in compliance with a public records request.
It depicts an incident at Keys Residential Complex, involving freshman Gators receivers Rick Wells and Tyrie Cleveland, who appear to be shooting pellet guns into the building at freshman wide receiver Joshua Hammond, who appears to place a broom in the door during the video.
The video, which contained two different camera angles, can be watched here.
Wells and Cleveland were arrested following the July incident, and were both charged with criminal mischief for damaging property worth $1,000 or more (third-degree felony) and shooting a missile inside an occupied dwelling (second-degree felony).
Looks like two new Florida Gators were arrested over the weekend. pic.twitter.com/dOuwbfQlQj
— Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) July 18, 2016
Florida coach Jim McElwain released an official statement shortly after the arrest, but chose to keep things short and to the point:
Here's a statement from Coach McElwain on Tyrie Cleveland and Rick Wells. pic.twitter.com/bzkwWexdLt
— Gators Football (@GatorsFB) July 18, 2016
SEC Country’s Zach Abolverdi recently wrote that the incident is likely to be inconsequential in the big picture of the career for the 18 year olds.