NORCROSS - Four men, including three Meadowcreek High School football players, were arrested by Gwinnett County police early Saturday morning after police said they couldn't explain what they were doing at a local apartment complex.
Sean Frezell, Cory Huck and Atiim Daquan Henderson, all of Norcross; and Simon Terzian of Tucker, were charged with loitering or prowling just after 2 a.m. Saturday, reports said.
Frezell, Huck and Henderson are on the Mustangs' current roster. Terzian was on last year's roster but does not appear to have played in 2008.
According to reports, police went to the complex after receiving a call about a suspicious vehicle in the area. A resident flagged down officers and told them that three males had gotten out of a silver Toyota and began walking through the complex.
As police approached the vehicle, reports said, they found Frezell sitting in the driver's seat. Police said he told them he was waiting for his friend, "Simon," and pointed a few buildings away, but said he did not know where his friend was at the time.
According to reports, Frezell told officers he did not have a driver's license and that he was not driving, and that he only got into the driver's seat after the car had been parked. When officers initially asked Frezell why he would park so far away from where his friend was going, reports said, Frezell did not respond initially but then said he didn't know, that Simon told him to park there. He admitted to parking the car, police said, but not driving it to the location.
Reports said Frezell was placed in the back of a patrol car, uncuffed, after giving officers consent to search the vehicle. Officers found five cell phones and two screw drivers inside the car, they said, and placed Frezell under arrest because he couldn't give them "a reasonable explanation for being at this location."
After having his rights read to him, reports said, Frezell told officers that all four men were in the car together. Frezell added that Terzian was giving him a ride home when Terzian said, "Let's go get some money," but that he didn't know what the other three were going to do when they left the car.
Police said they found Terzian, Huck and Henderson by the swimming pool inside the complex. Huck told officers they were "looking for some girls," reports said, and "we was not doing no dirt."
The vehicle was inventoried and impounded.
All four are free on $1,300 bond, jail records show.