VCU point guard Briante Weber was issued a summons for petit larceny, a misdemeanor, and has been suspended for the Rams’ opening game of the coming basketball season.

A copy of the incident report provided by VCU police, who issued the summons, indicates that an iPhone 5 valued at $200 was stolen at Cary Street Gym at 101 S. Linden St. The estimated value of the phone is the threshold beyond which petit larceny becomes grand larceny, a felony.

A court document lists the offense date as July 24. Weber was ordered to appear in Richmond’s Manchester General District Court, where a hearing is scheduled for Sept. 25.

VCU suspended Weber for a violation of team rules under the school’s Student-Athlete Code of Conduct. The school didn’t mention the summons in a statement issued to The Times-Dispatch.