Texas A&M fans will remember return man extraordinaire Speedy Noil, who played for the Aggies from 2014 to 2016.
On Saturday, he got into some legal trouble in College Station, leading to his arrest for a couple of misdemeanor charges.
Per TheEagle.com, Noil was arrested at Bahama Bucks on Saturday and charged with criminal trespass and resisting arrest:
Saturday at approximately 5 p.m., Noil was asked to leave Bahama Bucks on Holleman Drive by the owner, Joseph Roman, after the former Aggie football player “made an offensive comment to staff members while he was trying to order a drink,” according to the probable cause statement.
Noil refused to leave and Roman called the College Station Police Department, who responded and stopped Noil as he exited the store. He refused to identify himself to the responding officer or give identifying information, according to the report. Noil attempted to walk away from the officer, but was blocked from leaving the conversation by the officer, who stated he was still investigating a criminal trespass incident, according to the report.
The report states that Noil was still in jail as of Sunday afternoon on $6,000 bail.