Bob Boss – who led a controversial Finlandia University football program – has bonded out this afternoon after being charged in an aggravated domestic violence case in Marquette County
Alleged Aggravated Assault Domestic Violence
By Greg Peterson
U.P. Breaking News
Owner, News Director
(Hancock, MI) – There will be shock tonight across the Copper Country as word spreads of the arrest today of outgoing Finlandia University Football Coach Bob Boss – who was arrested and booked into the Marquette County Jail.
Boss has since been released on bond.
The Finlandia University Football Program has been immersed in controversy over the past few years as allegations of cronyism and racism have followed it existence that has been less than spectacular on the field – although they have built a relatively new stadium.
34-year-old Robert Lawrence Boss was arrested in Marquette County today in connection with an alleged terrible domestic violence incident.
U.P. Breaking News was tipped off about this domestic violence incident – but was asked to hold this story until he was in custody. Kudos to the Marquette County Sheriff’s Department for finally announcing the arrest.
Recently Marquette County joined other U.P. counties in a news black out on Mobile Patrol – that helped people know when abusers were arrested. U.P. Breaking News has also criticized all U.P. law enforcement for hiding the arrests of prominent people – and most recent hiding the arrests of DV suspects.
The program just announced a new football coach – but failed to tell the public or media about why Boss was being fired.
U.P. Breaking News is working on several domestic violence related stories today including one that led to a meth bust in Sands Township – and a Gwinn man who is wanted for allegedly using a knife to threaten a female during a domestic situation.