A KU football player has been indefinitely suspended from all team activities

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A KU catcher found his original sentence after being charged Friday with aggravated assault – use of a deadly weapon.

“In light of today’s legal developments with Trevor Wilson, he has been suspended from all team activities indefinitely,” according to the Kansas Athletics statement.

Wilson, a redshirt junior, was charged in Douglas County Court on Friday.

His bail is set at $5,000, but he will be released from Douglas County on his own recognizance.

The Douglas County District Attorney’s Office said it did not find probable cause to charge a second KU wide receiver, redshirt freshman Tanaka Scott.

“Regarding Tanaka Scott, we continue to gather more information and will update his status as appropriate,” according to the Kansas Athletics statement.

A Lawrence Police Department spokesperson said officers were dispatched around 11:30 a.m. Thursday to a Quik Trip convenience store at 23rd Street and Haskell Road.

Two men in two cars allegedly showed weapons to a man in a third car in traffic, police said.

One of the men opened his car door, stood up and showed the victim his gun, police said. The man with the gun said something to the driver, got back in his car and drove to the Quik Trip parking lot.

The driver of the second car also allegedly showed the victim a weapon.

Officers found the two men, their cars and the weapons at a Club Carwash near the convenience store.

Wilson caught 27 passes for 364 yards last season for the Jayhawks.

For jurisdictions using the Greater Kansas City Crime Stoppers Tips hotline, anonymous advice may be provided by call 816-474-TIPS (8477), submit tip online or through the free mobile app at P3Tips.com.

Annual homicide details and data for the Kansas City area are available via the KSHB 41 Homicide News Trackerwhich was launched in 2015. Read KSHB 41 news Shadow Copy Policy.

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