UA running back Orlando Bradford was dismissed from the football team after being arrested and charged with domestic violence. The Pima County Sheriff's spokesperson said Bradford will likely appear in video court Wednesday night, where a judge will decide whether he should be released on bond.
Tucson News Now reported the alleged incidents occurred over the past several days and involved the same woman.
An email and phone call to the Tucson (Ariz.) Police Department were not returned, and details of Bradford's arrest are unclear.
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In a statement, Wildcats coach Rich Rodriguez said: "Earlier today, we were made aware that Orlando Bradford had been arrested".
Ivan Leonard of The Daily Wildcat reports Bradford was arrested on seven felony charges - three counts of kidnapping and four counts of aggravated assault. It wasn't immediately clear if he has an attorney.
Through two games this season, Bradford has totaled five carries for 16 yards while splitting carries with junior Nick Wilson.