Police arrested the boyfriend in a 2016 murder of a Fort Myers woman.
Tony Joiner, whose full name is Earl Antonio Joiner, was arrested and charged with second-degree murder on Saturday in Lake Wales, Florida, for the 2016 killing of Heyzel Obando, according to Fort Myers, Florida Police.
According to reports, Obando was found fatally shot inside her Fort Myers apartment complex home on Valentine's Day 2016.
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FMPD worked with Polk County Sheriff's Department and charged Joiner with second-degree murder. Two months later, her death was ruled a homicide by local authorities, but no arrests had been made in the three-plus years since - until Saturday.
Joiner is the second player from Meyer's 2007 team to be charged with murder.
Isabel Martinez, Obando's mother, said she hopes Joiner now "feels the weight of the law". A month after Obando's death, Joiner was held at the Lee County Jail on a charge of violation probation.
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Joiner played as a safety for Florida from 2004 to 2007 and was part of the team that defeated Ohio State for the BCS national championship in January 2007 to cap his junior year. "But as a mother, no one is going to take my pain away".
Joiner had been arrested twice for beating Obando during their relationship.
As a junior in college, Joiner led all of UF's defensive backs with 59 tackles. It's not clear at this time what caused police to make Joiner the prime suspect years after the fact.
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As a senior, Joiner had 64 tackles and two interceptions, but ran into legal problems when he was arrested and accused of breaking into a towing company impound lot to remove his girlfriend's auto. Hernandez was later convicted of murder and killed himself in prison in 2017.