Hurricanes’ Thomas Finnie suspended indefinitely after admitting involvement in laptop theft
University of Miami cornerback Thomas Finnie has been suspended indefinitely after surrendering to police Tuesday morning and admitting he was involved in a laptop theft on campus last week.
Finnie, a former standout at Miami Central High, is coming off a sophomore season in which he played in 12 games and made 30 tackles, three pass breakups and one fumble recovery. He started UM’s first six games.
Charged with occupied burglary and grand theft, Finnie was transported to the Dade County Jail by University of Miami police personnel. The UM cornerback was arrested six days after police first arrested first Del’Neco Streeter, 21, of Miami Beach, for attempting to sell the stolen laptop back to its owner for $1,000.