Kansas State defensive tackle Terrell Clinkscales faces a new charge of criminal damage to property following his arrest Sunday.
Riley County police arrested Clinkscales, a junior, at 4:01 a.m. Sunday at the 600 block of Highland Ridge Drive in Manhattan on suspicion of intimidating a witness or victim and for failing to appear in court for the offense of expired tags or driving an unregistered vehicle. On Monday, the Riley County Police Department said in a news release that Clinkscales would also face the charge of criminal damage to property.
The release indicated that Clinkscales’ arrest occurred in response to a domestic related incident. No injuries were reported.
K-State did not make Clinkscales or football coach Bill Snyder available for comment, but K-State assistant athletic director for communications Kenny Lannou said the football program is “aware of the situation, and the matter will be handled internally.”
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Clinkscales was confined following the arrest, but was released after posting a $2,129 bond.
A reserve defensive lineman, Clinkscales has played in seven games and made two tackles this season. He is a native of Chicago that transferred to K-State from Dodge City Community College during the offseason.