Some more disappointing news came down on Wednesday for the Kansas State Wildcats. Defensive back Duke Shelley was arrested Tuesday morning for failure to appear.
Police arrested with a warrant stemming from citations for having no proof of liability insurance, an expired tag and owning a vehicle that isn’t registered. He’s free on $500 bond.
There were high expectations for Shelley this season, and when he’s played he’s been effective, but the senior has missed the last two games due to a right leg injury.
Shelley is the third K-State player arrested since the season began. Just two weeks ago, linebacker Da’Quan Patton was arrested for failure to appear after not paying a speeding ticket. Also, back in August, defensive end Bronson Massie was arrested on four counts of failure to appear for multiple unpaid traffic and parking tickets.
Kansas State is home this weekend to take on Kansas in the Sunflower Showdown.
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