Colorado State safety Braylin Scott was arrested Wednesday morning.
According to Coloradoan.com, Colorado State safety Braylin Scott was arrested this morning by campus police on felony burglary and theft charges.
The charges stem from an incident on April 11.
Scott, 19, was booked into the Larimer County Jail, records show, on three counts – burglary of a dwelling, a Class 3 felony; theft of property valued at $5,000 to $20,000, a Class 5 felony; and Class 5 felony burglary.
An arrest report and other details were not immediately available Thursday, a Colorado State University spokeswoman said.
Scott's initial court appearance was scheduled for Tuesday, before Larimer County Judge Stephen Enderlin Howard.
The 6-foot-3, 185-pound Scott played in 11 games in 2016, making seven starts. He led the Rams in interceptions with three, while adding 39 tackles and three passes defensed.
As a freshman in 2015, Scott recorded 10 tackles and two pass breakups in 12 games. A former three-star recruit, he was signed by Colorado State out of Bakersfield (Calif.) Liberty High School in 2015.
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