Jacardia Wright, a redshirt freshman running back who rushed for 122 yards and a touchdown last season, was arrested by K-State police for failure to appear at 3:49 a.m. on Sunday at the 1500 block of Midcampus Drive.
He was confined with a bond of $500, according to the Riley County media arrest report.
DeMarrquese Hayes was another K-State football player that appeared on the arrest report this weekend.
A 6-foot-2 freshman linebacker from Waco, Texas, Hayes was arrested by Riley County police at 9:55 p.m. Saturday for suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs/alcohol. The arrest report noted that this was his first time being suspected for such a violation, but he was incapable of driving safely.
Hayes was not confined after the arrest. No bond was listed. The arrest was made on the corner of Denison Avenue and Platt Street.
Nick Allen was the third K-State football player that appeared on the arrest report.
Allen, a redshirt sophomore linebacker, was arrested at 9:08 p.m. on Saturday for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The arrest report indicated there was competent evidence of blood/breath over the legal driving limit.
The arrest was made by the Kansas Highway Patrol at the intersection of Manhattan Avenue and Kimball. He was not confined after paying a bond of $1,500.
An arrest warrant has been issued for the apprehension of Christian Haangana, a Washington State University football player, who’s failed to appear at multiple court hearings for a vandalism charge.
The Whitman County District Court warrant was activated Wednesday for 21-year-old Christian Haangana. The misdemeanor warrant includes the standard thousand dollars bond. The warrant is only valid in the State of Washington.
Haangana has failed to appear at both of his court appearances in Pullman after being charged with misdemeanor vandalism. He missed his first appearance on July 23rd and his subsequent show cause hearing on Tuesday.
Haangana is accused of vandalizing vehicles parked at a College Hill apartment complex in Pullman during the early morning hours of April 27th. He was initially arrested for felony vandalism by Pullman Police.
Haangana is listed as a redshirt junior offensive lineman on the Cougar’s current 2019 football roster. He appeared in every game for the Cougars last season.
The WSU football team is currently holding fall camp practices in Lewiston Idaho.
Defensive end arrested again after already suspended for felony drug charge.