UTSA commit arrested for alleged armed robbery of a pizza delivery driver

Not sure if getting arrested before you even step on campus is a precedent you want to set, but that’s what happened Jacquelle Green, a University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) signee.

Green was arrested Thursday and charged with armed robbery by D’Iberville police, according to a report from The Sun Herald. He was arrested during a traffic stop after being pulled over for driving erratically and without his headlights on.

Police arrested four people including Green during the stop. While conducting the stop, police received a call about a pizza delivery driver being robbed at gunpoint not far from where Green and others were pulled over.

A gun was uncovered in the car Green was in. 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. Green was expected to play safety for the Roadrunners.

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