Western Kentucky junior running back Travis Lock is no longer with the football program.
A transfer from Nassau Community College in New York, Lock left WKU for personal reasons unrelated to the 21-year-old's arrest March 30, according to WKU.
Lock, who was charged with second-degree indecent exposure, second-degree fleeing or evading police, alcohol intoxication in a public place and resisting arrest, served three two-day jail terms stemming from the arrest, the last of which kept him away from the first two days of fall practice.
In a second offseason incident, Lock was accused of shoplifting April 27. He was cited to appear in court at a later date.
A three-star prospect, Lock signed with WKU in January and reportedly held scholarship offers from WKU, Arizona State, Georgia State, Illinois and South Florida after rushing for 711 yards on 159 carries at NCC.