Raymond Cutts Wiki – Raymond Cutts Bio
Raymond Cutts is anfrom who plays as a for the football team. He was arrested in Orlando Monday and charged with carrying a concealed firearm and third-degree grand theft of a firearm.
Raymond Cutts Arrested
Cutts was also a suspect in a car theft, according to an Orange County arrest affidavit. The incident was first reported by Jason Beede of Knights247.com. Two Orlando police officers stopped a car. Cutts was a passenger Monday because the driver was not wearing a seat belt. Driver Christian Casas told an officer that he only had a learner’s permit and that the group had just smoked marijuana in the vehicle. Officers asked the driver and two passengers to get out of the car in order to search it. Cutts was the only person in the back seat, where officers found an empty bag of marijuana residue and a Glock G27 semi-automatic pistol with a magazine loaded toward the front of the vehicle and hidden under the seat.
Casas said he didn’t know about the gun and front seat passenger Jyquarious Johnson said it belonged to Cutts, but he declined to provide a sworn written statement about it because they are cousins and he didn’t want to see Cutts arrested.
Cutts denied he knew anything about the gun, but the officer stated Cutts was a suspect in an investigation into the theft of a car and the same gun five days earlier in an area Cutts frequently visited.
Cutts was detained and booked in the Orange County Jail. He posted bond and was released Wednesday.
When asked about the incident, UCF released a statement that read, “UCF Athletics officials are aware of the matter involving Raymond Cutts and have no further comment as we learn additional details about the situation.”
Cutts, a three-star defensive end prospect out of Orlando’s Jones High, was part of UCF’s 2019 recruiting class, spurning scholarship offers from Clemson, Louisville, Auburn, Baylor and Virginia Tech. He was the No. 10 player in the Orlando Sentinel’s 2019 Central Florida Super60.
He was one of seven defensive linemen to sign with the Knights during that recruiting cycle.
Cutts told the Sentinel in October the UCF coaching staff decided to redshirt him this past season.
“It’s not strange because I already knew what I was getting myself into,” he said. “It’s just that … I felt like I was going to come in and make an impact early. Things work in different ways. I know it’s just a chance for me to get bigger and better than what I am now, so I’m gonna take advantage of it.”
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