The University of Texas, El Paso, has reportedly stalled quarterback Kai Locksley after online jail records revealed he was arrested on Saturday for allegedly drunk driving and a "terrorist threat" ,
In addition to the alleged threat, Locksley, 22
He was booked on Saturday and released the same day after depositing the bail.
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The university did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comments. However, The Baltimore Sun reported that the school had suspended him in response to the arrest and wrote him a statement from the team's football coach.
"Although the gravity of these allegations is relevant, it would not be appropriate to determine a course of action. We have all the facts," said Dana Dimel, the university's chief football coach, in the statement, adding that Locksley in the meantime the team was suspended.
The Sheriff Office of El Paso County did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for further information regarding the terrorist threat charge. Further information about the incident that led to the arrest was not available immediately.
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Locksley is the son of Maryland's Chief Football Coach Mike Locksley.
Following his move from Iowa Western Locksley, who was named National Junior College Athletic Association offensive player of the year, UTEP Athletics official web site posted the start quarterback in eight of his nine games for the University of Texas, El Paso last year. He had three temporary touchdowns and six quick touchdowns last season.
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The 6-foot-4, 21
Locksley's parents responded not immediately at the request of Fox News for a comment.