University Of Georgia Football Player Accused Of Making Terroristic Threats


A University of Georgia wide receiver has been accused of making terroristic threats or acts to a woman at a Chili’s restaurant.

According to an incident report and Athens-Clarke County police, UGA wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie, a sophomore from Miami, was accused of making the threat Monday night at a Chili’s in Athens, Ga., which is about 72 miles northeast of Atlanta.

A woman named Maya Labat said McKenzie “said he was going to call some friends and they were going to come out and he was going to kill her,” according to police.

No one has been charged in the incident and police are still investigating.

Teammates Dominick Sanders, Terry Goodwin, D’Andre Walker and Jarvis Wilson were also named in the report as witnesses.

CBS46 reached out to the football team for comment. They said they are aware of the allegation and won’t have a comment until they get more information.

CBS46 News


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