One member of the UTSA Class of 2016 is in some legal trouble before stepping foot on campus in San Antonio. Jacquelle Green was arrested Thursday and charged with armed robbery by D’Iberville police, according to a report from The Sun Herald. Green’s arrest happened during a traffic stop after being pulled over for driving erratically and without his headlights on.
Green was one of four charged for armed robbery after an officer at the traffic stop. During the traffic stop, officers reportedly received a call about a pizza delivery driver being robbed at gunpoint nearby. That was when evidence suggesting Green and the others in the car were potentially connected to the incident. A gun was taken from the car. Nobody was harmed in the alleged gunpoint robbery.
“We are aware of the situation and are in the process of gathering information,” UTSA head coach Frank Wilson said in a released statement.