WACO, Texas (AP) — A Baylor football player who was suspended from both the team and university after being arrested on a stalking charge has been arrested again after returning to the campus when he was previously told to stay away.
Twenty-one-year-old Rami Hammad was booked into the McLennan County jail Wednesday on two counts of criminal trespassing. Hammad was no longer being held Thursday.
Hammad was a projected starter at right guard when he was suspended in August after an ex-girlfriend claimed he wouldn't leave her alone. He was arrested that month on a felony stalking charge and also issued a warning not to trespass on campus.
But the Waco Tribune-Herald reports he was seen on campus both Tuesday and Wednesday.
It's not clear if he has an attorney to address the allegations.