Former OU cornerback Parrish Cobb was arrested by Norman Police on Thursday morning in connection to an overnight armed robbery on Oak Tree Ave.

Cobb, who had previously been arrested in Waco, Texas, in connection with a string of January armed robberies, was booked into the Cleveland County jail on complaints of robbery with a dangerous weapon, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony and conspiracy to commit a felony.

An OU spokesman told reporters on Thursday afternoon that Cobb has not been enrolled at the university since January.

After the January arrest, Cobb was indefinitely suspended from the university, including all athletic programs, according to a release from university officials.

"You can't be on the team if you're not in school," coach Bob Stoops said Thursday. "He hasn't been a part of our team since January when the incident occurred. He hasn't been enrolled here and he hasn't been a member of our football team since I guess January, before that happened."

Stoops also told reporters that he wasn't aware that Cobb was still in Norman.