Four Hofstra University basketball players charged with burglary of dorms

Top: Shaquille Stokes and Kentrell Washington; Bottom: Jimmy Hall Jr. and Dallas Anglin Nassau County Police

(CBS) UNIONDALE, N.Y. - Four Hofstra University men's basketball players, including two starters, have been arrested on burglary charges, CBS New York reports.

The players are accused of entering six unlocked dorm rooms at the Uniondale campus between Oct. 4 and Nov. 5, and stealing money, a Sony laptop, headphones, three MacBook Pros, an Apple iPod, two Apple iPads and an Apple iTouch, Nassau County police said.

The suspects have been identified as Shaquille Stokes, 20, of Manhattan; Kentrell Washington, 18, of Las Vegas, Nev.; Jimmy Hall Jr., 18, of Brooklyn, and Dallas Anglin, 18; of Montclair, N.J., CBS New York reports.

Stokes is charged with five counts of second-degree burglary, while Hall is charged with four counts, Washington with two counts and Anglin with one count, police said.

Anglin is also charged with one count of tampering with evidence.

All four of the players were arraigned on Friday and held on bail.

The players have been suspended from the school and the team, CBS New York reports.