COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS — As reported by the Houston Chronicle, a Texas A&M sophomore defensive lineman was arrested and has since been released for possession of marijuana and a controlled substance.
McKinnley Jackson, 19, was arrested Aug 5. on a charge of a second-degree felony count of possession of a controlled substance and a misdemeanor charge of marijuana possession; according to Brazos County Jail records.
Jackson would later be released that same day from the Brazos County Jail after posting $22,000 in bond.
KRHD 25 News reached out to Alan Cannon with the Texas A&M Athletics Department to learn that Jackson has since been placed on indefinite suspension.
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