Freshman A&M football player arrested for bike theft

Published: Oct. 18, 2017 at 4:09 AM CDT
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A freshman Texas A&M University football player was arrested Monday night after TAMU police say he stole a 'bait bike' that was placed on campus.

According to police, defensive end Ondario Renard Hill-Robinson,18, was caught on camera riding the bike through campus.

The bike is equipped with a GPS tracking unit. Police say they were alerted when it was taken from the bike racks on the west side of the Koldus building.

The bike was later found on a different set of bike racks on the south side of the Harrington Education Center. About an hour later, Hill Robinson was seen exiting the building. Officials say he took the bike again and began riding it for a short time before being stopped by TAMU police.

Hill-Robinson was arrested and charged with theft of property. He posted $2,000 bond and was released on Monday, according to jail records.

HIll-Robinson is a recruit from Hutto High School. He has not appeared in any games this season.