Moses, who lives in Hillcrest Hall, could have to pay up to $500 for the offense, which is a simple misdemeanor.
The New Jersey native is a linebacker for the Hawkeyes this season.
Statement from Iowa Football Coach Kirk Ferentz:
“I’m extremely disappointed to learn of the incident involving Dezman Moses. Especially considering the circumstances. As stated previously, we will take more stringent action when dealing with unacceptable behavior. With that in mind, he’ll serve a minimum four game suspension, be required to receive counseling and take part in, and perform, community service activities during his suspension. At the end of his suspension period, we’ll re-evaluate his status with the team.”