Michigan State commit Jayru Campbell was told to remove hood before incident with security guard

October 20, 2012; Ann Arbor, MI, USA; Michigan State Spartans player hold his helmet during the national anthem before the game against the Michigan Wolverines at Michigan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

A few weeks ago, a shocking incident took place in which Michigan State Spartans quarterback commit Jayru Campbell was caught on surveillance video body slamming one of the security guards at his high school. He was immediately put under police custody for the act, and now we may know why it all even occurred in the first place.

Wayne Country prosecutor Kim Worthy says that Campbell being asked to remove his hood from his head repeatedly is what caused the commotion in the first place.

The officer asked Campbell to remove his hood several times while he was inside the school, and when he refused, the officer told him to report to the office, prosecutors said.

Campbell is accused of becoming profane, picking up the officer and slamming him to the ground, according the prosecutor’s office.

From this point, things are only going to get worst for one of the top 2015 prospects as he’s been charged with assault with intent to do great bodily harm and aggravated assault, with that latter charge being a misdemeanor.

 

Topics: Football, Jayru Campbell, Michigan State Spartans

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