PULLMAN, Wash. -- Washington State linebacker Logan Tago has been arrested on suspicion of robbery and assault in an incident that occurred in June.
The Pullman Police Department said Tuesday that Tago was arrested, photographed and fingerprinted Monday and then immediately released from jail.
Police did not release any details of Tago's alleged crimes. The police spokesman was not immediately available for comment Tuesday.
It was not known if Tago had hired an attorney.
The Pullman Police Department also recommended that another Washington State defensive player be charged for a crime. On Tuesday, it recommended that safety Shalom Luani be charged with second degree assault for a fight outside a pizza restaurant in August.
The Whitman County prosecuting attorney's office will make the decision on whether Luani is ultimately charged with the felony. It was not immediately known if Luani had an attorney.
Pullman police previously told reporters that the 22-year-old Luani became verbally abusive when his order took too long, then went outside and struck the victim in the face.
Tago, a 6-foot-3, 235-pound sophomore, played in the Cougars' first two games this season, but it was not known if he would play Saturday against Idaho. Luani will play in Saturday's game, a Washington State spokesman said.
"Anything we do with that, it will be handled internally," coach Mike Leach said Tuesday when asked about Tago's arrest. "Everybody is innocent until proven guilty."
Luani, an honorable mention All-Pac-12 player in 2015, did not play in Washington State's season-opening loss to Eastern Washington. He had two interceptions in last Saturday's loss at Boise State.
ESPN's Kyle Bonagura and The Associated Press contributed to this report.