Kansas offensive lineman Darius Parish was arrested Sunday and charged by the Johnson County District Court with criminal threat, criminal trespass and two counts of criminal damage.
Criminal threat is a felony in Kansas, while the other three charges are misdemeanor.
Parish has a preliminary hearing scheduled for Jan. 7 at 10 a.m.
Parish will be a redshirt sophomore next fall. Last season, he switched from defensive tackle, the position he played at Wichita (Kan.) North High, to offensive tackle and sat out the season.
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Parish’s arrest is the first during the tenure of new KU football coach Turner Gill.