IU football WR Simmie Cobbs arrested during Jason Aldean concert

An Indiana University football actor was arrested during a Jason Aldean unison during Klipsch Music Center in Noblesville and requisitioned into a Hamilton County Jail over a weekend.

According to Hamilton County Jail records, Simmie O. Cobbs, 21, faces misconduct charges of refusal to brand and facing law enforcement. 

The Hamilton County Sheriff’s office said in a recover that Klipsch confidence brought Cobbs, a redshirt youth far-reaching receiver, to a confidence office in a song core Saturday night for “not complying with confidence crew attempting to transparent aisles during a concert.”

Officers pronounced he was confrontational, and refused to take a breathalyzer exam for ethanol or yield identification, that resulted in his arrest.

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Records indicate that a refusal to brand occurrence happened around 9 p.m. Saturday. Cobbs was requisitioned into jail about an hour later. The facing law coercion occurrence happened shortly before 12:30 p.m. Sunday.

The jail reliable Cobbs was expelled around 4 p.m. Sunday. Officers pronounced a hearing date will be scheduled.

Through a spokesman, a IU entertainment dialect expelled a brief matter reading simply: “Indiana University Athletics and a IU football module are wakeful of a detain of redshirt youth Simmie Cobbs Jr. We will continue to accumulate facts, guard a authorised routine and take movement as a elaborating conditions warrants.”

Following a clever spring, Cobbs is approaching to be a pivotal actor in a Hoosiers’ offense this season. He pennyless a 1,000-receiving yard separator as a sophomore before his 2016 debate lasted only one play. 

Cobbs was one of 6 players dangling for Indiana’s deteriorate opener final year during FIU for “not vital adult to their responsibilities to a module during opposite times given a 2015 season.” No serve reason for a cessation was given. 

On his initial snap in a Hoosiers’ subsequent game, Cobbs suffered a damaged ankle. He perceived a medical redshirt and missed a rest of a season. 

IU opens the 2017 football news with Ohio State in Bloomington on Aug. 31. 

IndyStar contributor Emma Kate Fittes contributed to this report.

Call IndyStar contributor Justin L. Mack during (317) 444-6138. Follow him on Twitter: @justinlmack.

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