Mt. San Antonio College, a community college in a suburb of Los Angeles, saw the following happen in the third quarter against Ventura College on Saturday, according to the Ventura County Star:
Ventura won, 34-29. Mt. SAC entered Saturday ranked No. 1 in the country in JCFootball.com's JUCO rankings, and Ventura No. 11. But that's secondary, at the moment.
OL Bernard Schirmer has been arrested on suspicion of battery of a game official. Transferred to county jail, per Sgt. Mike Pallotto @vcstar— VCStar CollegeSports (@vcscolleges) September 11, 2016
A search of the Ventura County Sheriff's Office website's inmate records failed to process, and a call to the office directed me to the website.
It doesn't appear it's known at this time exactly what led to the punch, other than what you can see in the video.
Referee who was punched was a side judge. Did not remain in game. Replaced by spotter. Punishment is ejection pending video review.— VCStar CollegeSports (@vcscolleges) September 11, 2016
According to the paper, this is Ventura president Greg Gillespie speaking with one official while a school police officer discusses the incident with another:
Ventura College police taking statements from other members of officiating crew after the game. pic.twitter.com/TeFAI6FhcX— VCStar CollegeSports (@vcscolleges) September 11, 2016
We'll update as more becomes available.