Former Alabama WR Traeshon Holden transferred from Tuscaloosa to the Pac-12 this offseason, joining the Oregon Ducks.

But it appears Holden won’t get the opportunity to suit up for the Ducks, as he was arrested early on Wednesday morning and now faces 3 charges — menacing, unlawful use of a weapon and coercion.

Holden has been dismissed by Oregon coach Dan Lanning, according to a statement from the second-year head coach:

“We are aware of the incident involving Traeshon Holden, and he has been dismissed from our team,” Lanning said. “We have high standards for the student-athletes, coaches, and staff in our football program, and we are disappointed when these standards are not met. We will continue to hold everyone in our program accountable for meeting our expectations.”

Holden remains in custody as of Wednesday afternoon, according to jail records.

Holden spent the first 3 years of his college career at Alabama, compiling 46 catches for 570 yards and 7 touchdowns during his time with the Tide.