An Indiana University football player was arrested during a Jason Aldean concert at Klipsch Music Center in Noblesville and booked into the Hamilton County Jail over the weekend.

According to Hamilton County Jail records, Simmie O. Cobbs, 21, faces misdemeanor charges of refusal to identify and resisting law enforcement. 

The Hamilton County Sheriff’s office said in a release that Klipsch security brought Cobbs, a redshirt junior wide receiver, to the security office in the music center Saturday night for “not complying with security personnel attempting to clear aisles during the concert.”

Officers said he was confrontational, and refused to take a breathalyzer test for alcohol or provide identification, which resulted in his arrest.

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Records indicate that the refusal to identify incident happened around 9 p.m. Saturday. Cobbs was booked into jail about an hour later. The resisting law enforcement incident happened shortly before 12:30 p.m. Sunday.

The jail confirmed Cobbs was released around 4 p.m. Sunday. Officers said a trial date will be scheduled.

Through a spokesman, the IU athletics department released a brief statement reading simply: “Indiana University Athletics and the IU football program are aware of the arrest of redshirt junior Simmie Cobbs Jr. We will continue to gather facts, monitor the legal process and take action as the evolving situation warrants.”

Following a strong spring, Cobbs is expected to be a key player in the Hoosiers’ offense this season. He broke the 1,000-receiving yard barrier as a sophomore before his 2016 campaign lasted just one play. 

Cobbs was one of six players suspended for Indiana’s season opener last year at FIU for “not living up to their responsibilities to the program at different times since the 2015 season.” No further explanation for the suspension was given. 

On his first snap in the Hoosiers’ next game, Cobbs suffered a broken ankle. He received a medical redshirt and missed the rest of the season. 

IU opens its 2017 football schedule with Ohio State in Bloomington on Aug. 31. 

IndyStar reporter Emma Kate Fittes contributed to this report.

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