A former Detroit prep football star who body-slammed a school guard and later pushed his girlfriend is back out of jail.
It’s another year on probation for former Detroit Cass Tech football star Jayru Campbell.
Seventeen-year-old Jayru Campbell pleaded Friday to the charge that stemmed from accusations he assaulted the 17-year-old girl Sept. 12 in a stairwell at Cass Technical High School.
When he got into an altercation with a teen girl in September, the high school senior was already on probation for another incident.
A Detroit judge has dismissed three felony charges against a former Cass Tech football star accused of assaulting his girlfriend.
Prosecutors say Campbell assaulted the 17-year-old girl during a dispute involving a phone.
The tape showed Campbell allegedly grabbing her cell phone, pushing her and then grabbing her around her neck.
A not guilty plea has been entered on a probation violation for embattled Detroit prep football star Jayru Campbell, who’s now accused of assaulting a teen girl.
Authorities have charged a 17-year-old Detroit prep football star with assaulting a female student just hours after he was released from jail for body-slamming a security officer at Cass Technical High School.
Cass Tech QB Jayru Campbell Arrested Hours After Being Released From Jail For Allegedly Hitting Girlfriend
Detroit Cass Tech quarterback Jayru Campbell was arrested Friday after he allegedly assaulted his girlfriend just hours after he was released from jail for assaulting a school security guard.