EVANSTON, IL - SEPTEMBER 29: A referee talks to head coach Kevin Wilson of the Indiana Hoosiers during a game against the Northwestern Wildcats at Ryan Field on September 29, 2012 in Evanston, Illinois. Northwestern defeated Indiana 44-29. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Indiana kicker arrested after bizarre dispute involving a dog

Aaron Del Grosso is a redshirt junior place kicker for Indiana.

Per the IndyStar, Indiana place kicker Aaron Del Grosso has been arrested following a dispute with his ex-girlfriend over the ownership of a dog.

According to the report, police were called after a couple were reported to be arguing. Police initially defused the argument, but an arrest was prompted after Del Grosso returned to the property.

According to Capt. Steve Kellams of the Bloomington Police Department, officers arrived at the 400 block of the Ind. 45/46 Bypass about 2:30 a.m. Wednesday, to find two people arguing over ownership of a dog. Officers advised both individuals, Del Grosso and an ex-girlfriend, that the argument was a civil matter, and asked Del Grosso to leave the ex-girlfriend's property, which he initially did.

Del Grosso is facing charges for criminal trespassing and public intoxication.

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"We are aware of the situation concerning Aaron Del Grosso, we will continue to monitor it as details become available and will take appropriate action," said the Indiana athletic department in a statement.

Kicker Griffin Oakes will likely continue full kicking duties if the team is without Del Grosso for any time.