A jury found a former University of South Carolina football player and a second man not guilty Thursday on charges of sexually assaulting a woman in North Charleston in 2012, according to the Ninth Circuit Solicitor's Office.
Jarriel King and Arthur Denson-Holmes were acquitted by a jury on Thursday afternoon.
The pair were arrested in February, 2012, for an alleged sexual assault at a townhouse where King had been staying at the time. According to the incident report, King and the other man had been drinking liquor and smoking marijuana with the alleged victim, who later laid down on a bed after complaining of feeling dizzy. The alleged victim told police that was when the two men assaulted her.