Oregon linebacker Kiko Alonso has been suspended indefinitely by Ducks coach Chip Kelly.
Alonso was arrested Sunday on charges of burglary, criminal mischief and criminal trespassing in Lane County, according to local reports.
The Eugene Register-Guard also published details of Alonso's arrest, which are a bit peculiar.
Alonso, 20, a junior from Los Gatos, Calif., was arrested early Sunday after a Eugene women called 911 to report a strange man pounding on her front door demanding to be let inside.
The women left the house after calling authorities, who arrived to find the door broken open and Alonso inside. Alonso was arrested on charges of first degree burglary, first degree criminal trespassing and second degree criminal mischief and booked into the Lane County Jail.
"It doesn't appear that there was any relationship between the homeowner or Mr. Alonso," Lt. Bryon Trapp of the Lane County Sheriff's office said. "It doesn't appear she had any idea who he was or any indication why he was at that residence."
Alonso, who was a leader to replace departed starter Casey Matthews at middle linebacker, was suspended for the 2010 season after a DUI arrest.