Arrest of Ole Miss walk-on hasn't yet changed status

By Parrish Alford/NEMS Daily Journal

There’s no announced change in the status of Ole Miss walk-on quarterback Evan Ingram after his arrest on a shoplifting charge earlier this week.
Ingram was charged in Metairie, La., with theft of merchandise valued under $500 and resisting arrest by flight, both misdemeanors, according to a report in The Clarion-Ledger.
On Monday, Ingram, 19, was wearing a bathing suit under his clothing when found by a an off-duty Jefferson Parish, La., sheriff’s deputy working security at a department store.
Wayne Ingram, 20, was also wearing store clothing under his own clothing. When Wayne Ingram was confronted by the officer, Evan Ingram ran.
The school is still gathering information on the incident, a spokesman said.
A native of Gray, La., Ingram played at traditional Louisiana power John Curtis Christian School near New Orleans.
Ole Miss begins spring drills on March 28.