Back to the UTEP Miners Newsfeed

Affidavit: Suspended UTEP quarterback Kai Locksley threatened to empty loaded handgun

Suspended University of Texas at El Paso quarterback Kai Locksley allegedly threatened to empty a handgun on people in the Cincinnati Entertainment District, according to a complaint affidavit.

The affidavit filed on Locksley's arrest alleges he "shouted to unidentified individuals" that he "had a handgun with a full magazine and would empty it on the individuals."

According to the affidavit on the Saturday morning arrest, Locksley, 22, used "abusive, profane and vulgar language," then got into a white Ford Fusion in the parking lot at 2602 N. Mesa St. shared by Tara Thai and Rib Hut restaurants — across the street from the nearby UTEP campus — and put the car in reverse.