A Murray State football player faces first-degree robbery charges after a report of an armed robbery late on November 25th at The Chase Apartments in Murray, according to the Murray Ledger and Times.
Janawski Davis, a freshman wide receiver from Pritchard, Alabama, was arrested when officers responded to the call after 11:30 p.m. Sunday night. Davis was held in the Calloway County Jail overnight before he was bailed out Monday. He was bailed on a 10 percent of a $20,000 cash bond.
While out of jail, Davis was issued a series of conditions to obey, including having no new offenses, no possession of alcohol/drugs, no possession of any weapons, no contact with the alleged victim in the case, random drug screens and he is forbidden to return to The Chase apartment complex.
John Brush, media relations assistant for Murray State football, has yet to comment on the arrest.
Murray police officials say the investigation is still ongoing.