Former Michigan cornerback Boubacar Cissoko arrested in Ypsilanti
Former University of Michigan cornerback Boubacar Cissoko was arrested in Ypsilanti on Friday night after he consented to a search and police found marijuana.
Cissoko was taken to the Ypsilanti Police Department, “where he confessed intent to sell the marijuana,” according to the incident log. Cissoko, who has yet to be charged, was released.
That door appeared to close before the latest incident. A Grand Valley State official confirmed Monday that Cissoko planned to transfer there at the beginning of this semester, but never enrolled.
Regardless, Cissoko’s high school coach, Thomas Wilcher, said Cissoko has played his last down of football for Michigan.
“That door’s slammed shut and bolted on both sides,” Wilcher said.
In 2008, Cissoko was cited for an alcohol violation in the early-morning hours after Michigan’s 35-21 loss to Michigan State. When he failed to pay a $250 fine, a warrant was issued for his arrest.