Troubled Cougar football player issued ticket on way home from jail
PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State football player Xavier Hicks has once again found himself in trouble with the law.
The Cougar safety was ticketed Wednesday for driving with a suspended license. The kicker? He was on his way home after having just been released from jail.
Hicks, 21, finished serving his 45-day sentence at the Whitman County jail and started to drive home. But, knowing he didn't have a valid license, jail personnel contacted Pullman police. When Hicks entered town, officers pulled him over and issued him a misdemeanor ticket.
The troubled football player served jail time for steaming a debit card last September and for putting rubbing alcohol in his roommate's contact lens case in January.