FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Razorback basketball player Arlando Cook has been released after being arrested early Saturday morning.
21-year-old Cook is expected to face assault, disorderly conduct, and public intoxication charges.
Details of what led to the arrest were not immediately available.
Razorback Basketball Coach Mike Anderson released a statement regarding the arrest:
“Once we gather all the information from last night, we will make a decision and handle this accordingly. This is unacceptable behavior for someone in our program. As Razorbacks, we hold our players to the highest standards.”
Cook is scheduled for a court appearance on Wednesday.
The Arkansas forward also faced a public intoxication charge last October.