For the second time this offseason, the Kentucky football program has seen a member of its coaching staff arrested.
Back in May, wide receivers coach Jovon Bouknight was arrested and charged with DUI. He’s since served a suspension and rejoined the team.
Now, according to the Lexington Herald Leader, Kentucky football chief of staff Dan Berezowitz was arrested and charged with fourth-degree assault over the weekend.
Berezowitz, 50, was arrested Sunday, according to court records. He was arraigned Monday afternoon with a bond set for $1,000. That bond was posted Monday by Chase Heuke, UK’s director of player personnel.
A spokesperson for UK Athletics told the Herald-Leader it is aware of the incident and gathering further information.
Berezowitz initially joined Mark Stoops’ staff in 2013 as the director of recruiting operations before being promoted to chief of staff in 2018.
We will update this story if any more details come out.