Former Michigan State and current Kansas State wide receiver Hunter Rison was arrested on Friday on domestic battery charges, according to a report.

The Manhattan Mercury reported that Rison was arrested and charged with one count of domestic battery/knowing or reckless bodily to family/person in dating relationship. He was released on a $1,000 bond.

A day later, Kansas State suspended Rison indefinitely following the arrest.

“Our program will be one that is built on hard work and integrity and doing things the right way,” Kansas State head coach Chris Klieman said in a prepared statement. “We have extremely high expectations for our players on and off the field.”

Rison was originally a member of Michigan State’s 2017 recruiting class, going to East Lansing as a four-star wide receiver. He made significant contributions as a true freshman for the Spartans, hauling in 19 receptions for 224 yards while appearing in 12 games. Rison ultimately decided to transfer following his first year at MSU.

Due to NCAA transfer rules, Rison was required to sit out the 2018 season. He used last fall as his redshirt year.