Boise State linebacker Kameron Miles was arrested and charged with domestic battery early Wednesday morning, according to B.J. Rains of the Idaho Press-Tribune.
Boise State announced Miles has been dismissed from the team, per KBOI 2News.
Bryan Levin of KBOI-TV shared more details:
Miles was taken to and booked at the Ada County Jail, according to Rains. This latest incident is the second in a week for the linebacker, who pleaded guilty to a drug paraphernalia charge last week.
Miles, who was set to be a redshirt senior this fall, spent the past two seasons with the Broncos after transferring from Butler County Community College. He started his career at Texas A&M but was dismissed from the team after redshirting his first year.
He appeared in 23 games for Boise State.
Neither the police nor the university has made a statement on the matter at this time.