Razorback Basketball Player Arrested Overnight

The reporting officer stated Cook had the victim pinned to the ground with his knees and was ahold of the victim's shirt with his left hand while he struck him with a closed fist.

University of Arkansas basketball player Arlando Cook, 21, was arrested early Saturday (Sept. 1) morning for disorderly conduct, public intoxication and first-degree assault.

According to the report, the victim appeared to be unconscious and was not actively defending himself from repeated strikes.

Cook, 6-8, 200, lettering as a junior junior college transfer in 2016-2017 playing in all games for coach Mike Anderson's 26-10 Razorbacks, was booked at 2:48 a.m.at the Washington County Detention Center.

The altercation began as a dispute over a female, according to the arrest report.

"Once we gather all the information from last night, we will make a decision and handle this accordingly". "The is unacceptable behavior for someone in our program".

The arrest is Cook's second in less than a year.

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