Former Mississippi State football player Charles Siddoway and current Bulldog Jordan Washington were arrested Wednesday afternoon on suspicion of residential burglary and robbery by threats, records obtained from the Oktibbeha County Jail showed.
A Mississippi State spokesperson confirmed that the two were arrested and that Washington was suspended indefinitely from the team and all team activities.
The two were still in jail as of Thursday morning and bond had not been set.
When Siddoway’s agent, Anthony Agnone, was reached, he wasn’t aware of the situation and didn’t comment further on his client. His draft status is unknown at this point in time. The NFL draft is May 8-10.
Siddoway is a NFL draft hopeful and he met with the Buffalo Bills earlier this month. The Eugene, Ore. native played two seasons with the Bulldogs after leaving the University of California for Butte College, a community college in Oroville, Calif. He played one season for the Roadrunners before coming to Mississippi State.
Siddoway started all 26 games at right tackle in his two-year career with the Bulldogs.
Washington, a defensive tackle, was redshirted as a freshman and the Sugar Hill, Ga. native didn’t play in any games last year.
Starkville Daily News reporter Alex Holloway contributed to this report