Mississippi State DB John Michael Hankerson Charged with 10 Felonies in Latest Arrest


(Starkville, MS)- Mississippi State has dismissed redshirt freshman defensive back John Michael Hankerson from the school after he was arrested on Wednesday for the third time this month. Hankerson, from South Bend, Indiana, was arrested by U.S. marshals in Horn Lake, Mississippi, on Wednesday according to investigators. Investigators say Hankerson was charged with 10 felonies, including five counts of armed robbery, three counts of aggravated assault and two counts of kidnapping. He was still being held at the Oktibbeha County jail on $420,000 bond on Thursday. All but two of the criminal charges stem from a Dec. 17 incident, in which Hankerson and two other unknown suspects are accused of pistol whipping four men and robbing them outside an apartment in Starkville, Mississippi.


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