Mississippi senior guard Marshall Henderson, who was suspended by the school this week after reportedly failing multiple drug tests, had several incidents with local police during the spring.
Henderson was stopped for speeding May 4 and police say they found marijuana and cocaine in his car, but USA Today reported that he also had other run-ins with Oxford, Miss., authorities just weeks prior to that.
Henderson was pulled over and cited by police April 27 for playing loud music and not wearing a seat belt. After the officer threatened to take Henderson to jail, he turned his music back up as he pulled away, according to police reports.
On April 4, police responded to a noise complaint at Henderson's apartment, where he agreed to turn down the loud music he was playing.
In the May 4 incident, Henderson was only cited for not having proof of insurance.
Mississippi indefinitely suspended Henderson on Wednesday for violating team rules. The school told ESPN.com Thursday that he was suspended for failing multiple drug tests.
Henderson failed drug tests in January 2012 and wound up serving jail time as a result, according to USA Today. He was also arrested on forgery charges while a high school senior.
After prior stops at South Plains Junior College, Texas Tech and Utah, Henderson transferred to Ole Miss prior to last season. He led the SEC in scoring last season with 20.1 points per game, helping the Rebels win the conference title and was named conference tournament MVP in March. But he also caused controversy when he raised his middle finger to an opposing fan during the tournament, an action he later publicly apologized for.