A college football player who just finished his probation is in trouble again after he was arrested in connection with a stalking case.
Gilbert (AR) Police, as quoted by ABC15, say that Marquon Lavelle Tershaun Claiborne, 22, was arrested after six stalking reports were filed by his ex-girlfriend.
Claiborne just completed his probation after being convicted of stalking in 2013, ABC15 reported.
Police allege that Claiborne slashed his ex-girlfriend’s tires, set up a fake social media account that encouraged strangers to go to her home, and made threats to her and her mother. Authorities claim Claiborne even contacted the ex-girlfriend while she was being interviewed by police.
Claiborne played cornerback for Mesa Community College and, according to ABC15, had just signed to play for Alabama A&M.