Magpies star arrested over city bar violence
NOTTS County forward Luke Rodgers remains in the squad for today's match, following his arrest in connection with a violent incident in a Nottingham city centre bar.
Rodgers, 27, was arrested and later bailed on Thursday at an undisclosed police station.
He went to the police station with his solicitor, after police were called to Tantra in Victoria Street in the early hours of Wednesday.
The striker had scored a hat-trick hours earlier in the Magpies 3-0 league win at Lincoln City on Tuesday night.
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A Notts Police spokesman said: "A 27-year-old male has been arrested in connection with a disturbance at the Tantra bar in Nottingham in the early hours of Wednesday, September 30.
"He is currently on police bail, pending further inquiries."
A Notts County spokesman confirmed the player's arrest.
He added: "Luke Rodgers went to the police station voluntarily with his solicitor on Thursday.
"The player is still in the squad for tomorrow's game (away to Cheltenham Town)."