Kansas football cornerback Corione Harris faces two felony charges following an arrest in Howell County, Missouri.
KU coach Les Miles said Thursday that he has indefinitely suspended Harris from the team.
According to court records, Harris was arrested Sunday and later charged with unlawful use of a weapon and delivery of a controlled substance. Harris spent one day in jail, according to the court docket, with bond issued for $7,500 under the conditions that Harris could not drive if unlicensed and also could not possess a firearm.
Jah-Maine Martin, 18 of Bucksport, SC, was arrested by the Conway Police Department on July 10.
According to the J. Reuben Long Detention Center website, Martin was charged with unlawful carrying of a pistol and unlawful sale or delivery to and possession by certain persons. He was released on July 11.