Oregon State football player Malcolm Marable had a second run-in with the law this offseason on Sunday, according to a Corvallis Police report.
Marable, a 20-year-old sophomore cornerback, was arrested on charges of violent conduct at 12:04 a.m. after he hit a downtown nightclub security person while trying to free teammate Ryan Murphy.
Murphy, 19, was detained by an Impulse staff member because he tried to enter the bar using the driver’s license of teammate Anthony Watkins.
Murphy was cited for trespassing and misrepresentation of age. Both players were cited and released.They are scheduled to appear in Benton County Circuit Court on May 16.
OSU officials had no comment other than the matter would be handled internally.
Marable already pleaded no contest to driving 104 mph at 1:01 a.m. on Feb. 19 on I-5 near Albany. He was fined $1,150 and his license was suspended for 30 days.
Marable was suspended from winter workouts, but reinstated him for spring practice. He’s a reserve cornerback and kickoff returner.