A member of the Boise State football program has been arrested.
According to the Idaho Press-Tribune, Boise State defensive back Kameron Miles was arrested Wednesday morning on a domestic battery charge.
Boise State has yet to comment on the incident.
From the Boise Police Department’s statement:
As officers were responding they received more information the situation was reportedly a physical domestic altercation which had reportedly occurred earlier at a residence near the intersection of Pennsylvania Street and Amy Avenue. Officers arrived and were able to make contact with the victim and gather evidence of a verbal argument which had occurred between a male suspect and the female victim, known to each other.
“The argument escalated when the suspect is alleged to have physically battered the victim. The victim left the residence in a vehicle, and met with police in the area of Broadway and Front. Officers were later able to locate the suspect, identified as Miles, who had left the residence in a separate vehicle. Miles was transported to the Ada County Jail where he was booked under the above charge. The investigation remains ongoing.
Miles was previously dismissed from Texas A&M because of a theft arrest, while also being arrested in 2014 on a drug paraphernalia charge.
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