University of Texas, El Paso has suspended quarterback Kai Locksley after he was arrested for a number of offenses, including gun charges and making terroristic threats.
Locksley was arrested Saturday after being pulled over for driving under the influence, possession of marijuana, unlawful carrying of a weapon and making terroristic threats, according to police.
It was unclear what prompted the charge for terroristic threats. The senior quarterback, who started eight games for the Miners last season, was immediately suspended by the team.
Locksley is also the son of Maryland head coach Mike Locksley, who was just named to lead the program this offseason after serving as offensive coordinator at Alabama.