One former member of the Ohio State football program was reportedly arrested in Tennessee following an alleged incident from last week.

Marcus Williamson – a defensive back for the Buckeyes from 2017-21 – was reportedly arrested in Memphis, Tennessee and is charged with kidnapping, robbery and carjacking a woman. reports that a woman claimed in an affidavit to Memphis Police that an unknown man kidnapped her and took her wallet on Aug. 18.

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The man – later identified as Williamson – allegedly forced the woman to drive to an ATM and forced the victim to withdraw $500.

Williamson was later tracked down in the victim’s car the following day and was identified using a six-person photo lineup presented to the victim:

Authorities found the woman’s vehicle being driven by Williamson the following day, pulling into a car wash. Williamson exited the vehicle and was seen throwing away items into a trash can before officers arrested him, the affidavit says.

Williamson made 24 tackles for the Buckeyes during the 2021 season but did not play in the Rose Bowl. In fact, he took to social media with a variety of frustrations and claims directed at Ohio State fans and ex-head coach Urban Meyer.