COLLEGE STATION, Texas — A Texas A&M football player has been arrested today by university police on multiple charges, according to the Houston Chronicle.
Michael Clemons, 24, a senior defensive end, has been charged with unlawful carrying of a weapon, failure to identify/giving false information, less than two ounces of marijuana possession, and driving with an invalid license.
Clemons has since been released from the Brazos County Jail after posting a combined bond of $11,400.
It is Clemons' second arrest this year after he was previously charged on May 18 for driving with an invalid license.
The Texas A&M Football team is about to start its season, with its first home game against Kent State set for Sept. 4.
Clemons was in his sixth season as a college athlete. He becomes the second A&M defensive lineman to be arrested this year following the arrest of McKinnley Jackson.
The Houston Chronicle is reporting Clemons has been "indefinitely suspended from athletics activities per department policy"
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