The two Jayhawks' players are reportedly "persons of interest" in the case.
Kansas guards Josh Jackson and LaGerald Vick are reportedly "persons of interest" in a vandalism investigation, according to a report by the Kansas City Star.
From their report:
The players of interest in the case are Josh Jackson and Lagerald Vick. Investigators have recently interviewed several people who witnessed the reported crime, which occurred in the early morning hours of Dec. 9 outside a bar. A police report categorizes the $2,991 in damage to the car as a felony.
Police were called to a parking lot near the Yacht Club on Wisconsin Street just before 2 a.m., according to the report. Officers spoke with the victim, who is the same female student a KU investigation found Vick likely hit in the arm multiple times and kicked in the face in late 2015. A phone number for that student has been disconnected and an attorney for the family has not returned multiple phone calls for comment.
Lawrence police have not named suspects in the vandalism. Officers are still investigating, and continue to add information to the initial report, even as late as Wednesday. Police only released the first page of the report.
Kansas officials say they are aware of the incident and the investigation.
The Jayhawks are set to host Iowa State on Saturday.