Former Hawkeye Zach McCabe was arrested in Iowa City Friday for assault causing bodily injury.
IOWA CITY, Iowa (KTIV) -
Former Hawkeye basketball player Zach McCabe was arrested Friday afternoon for assault causing bodily injury after allegedly punching a man inside D-C's bar in downtown Iowa City.
According to the Cedar Rapids Gazette -- police obtained security video that showed McCabe and a female arguing. The alleged victim tried to separate McCabe from the female before McCabe punched him in the face, causing a cut and swelling.
After the man fell the ground, McCabe blew him a kiss and walked out of the bar.
McCabe, a Bishop Heelan grad, was a team co-captain this year and scored over 800 points in his four-year career.
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