BREAKING NEWS: OU Police Department Releases Case Report for Oklahoma Sophomore Defensive Back Makari Vickers.

Two days after Sooners’ defensive back Makari Vickers was arrested, the University of Oklahoma Police Department released a case report on the incident.

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On Friday afternoon, Sooners on SI obtained documents detailing the charges against Oklahoma defensive back Makari Vickers following his arrest.

According to the OU Police Department’s case report, Vickers was arrested at 12:58 a.m. on Wednesday and charged with driving under the influence and possession of marijuana.

Vickers was arrested in the 3300 Block of Chautauqua Ave. in Norman while driving his own vehicle, as stated in the report.

On Wednesday morning, the Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office confirmed to Sooners on SI that Vickers had been arrested by OU PD and booked into Cleveland County, but did not disclose any further details about the incident.

“We are aware of the matter and it is being addressed internally,” an athletics department spokesperson told Sooners on SI on Wednesday.

Standing at 6-foot-1 and weighing 193 pounds, Vickers joined Oklahoma as a 4-star recruit from Munroe High School in Quincy, FL. As a true freshman, the 19-year-old played in eight games, recording eight tackles and one pass breakup.