MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) -Kansas State running back Leon Patton was accused of shaking a 2-month-old boy and charged with child abuse. He was dismissed from the team Friday.
The 20-year-old junior was arrested and jailed Thursday on $30,000 bond for his actions July 15, police said.
Patton shook the baby ``feloniously and intentionally,'' according to the arrest warrant. Police spokesman Lt. Kurt Moldrup said the matter was reported to police when it happened, prompting an investigation. He would not provide information on the now-4-month-old boy's whereabouts or condition.
Patton already had been suspended from the team after a July traffic stop led to the discovery of outstanding warrants from 2007, one for stealing two video games from a Wal-Mart. He also was cited for an unpaid parking ticket. After pleading no contest, Patton was sentenced to six months' probation and fined $100.
he team. The school said it would make no further comment because of the investigation.
Patton was projected to start this season after rushing for 390 yards and four touchdowns as a sophomore.

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