Two Texas A&M Players arrested after an alleged armed Robbery in College Station

by Scott Shields
NewsWest 9

Not a good day for the Texas A&M football program, as two aggies have been charged in an alleged armed robbery of a College Station apartment, and suspended from the team.

Junior starting offensive lineman Yemi Babalola and Freshman defensive end Brandon Joiner were booked at the Brazos County Jail in Bryan, stemming from a November 29th home invasion at an apartment complex.

If that isn't enough, the two are now facing drug charges as well, following the search of their homes which turned up marijuana, ecstasy, and hydrocodone.

Babalola is charged with one misdemeanor marijana count, while Joiner is charged on three drug counts, one of them a felony.

The University says they are aware of the situation, and are investigating.