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College basketball star arrested for public indecency

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Oklahoma State University basketball star, Stevie Clark was arrested yesterday on public indecency charges in Stillwater.

According to reports, the freshman was pulled over after urinating out of a moving vehicle. Clark was arrested on charges of 'outraging public decency' and was detained over night.

Despite the charge of public indecency, Clark will not be tried as a sex offender, the report says.

Clark, who is in his first year at the university has already been in trouble this year after being caught with illegal drugs on his way to practice. 

Clark was the 12th best high school point guard in the nation and the 70th best player overall according to rivals.com

He is originally from Oklahoma City and has averaged 5.3 points per game in his short collegiate career. Clark is also averaging over two assists and 15 minutes on the floor per game.

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