Jayru in more trouble. He is now being investigated for stumping another inmate out while in a youth detention center for slamming the body guard. Smh he just another Detroit nigga headed no where fast
That dude needs to get a life. My cousin showed me his instagram last week. Dude post literally damn near 300 videos a day talkin shit and roasting celebs but yrt he aint making no money. Just got 300k followers and a bunch of likes
remember this clown jayru Campbell. He had declared he was going to Michigan state to play QB and when this video surfaced MSU pulled his scholarship. Well now this clown got arrested on Friday for hitting his girlfriend.
Jayru Campbell — the Detroit Cass Tech football star who served time in jail for assaulting a school security officer — is back in police custody Friday, just hours after being released from jail.
A source familiar with the incident told the Free Press that Campbell was seen physically assaulting his girlfriend inside of the school near the end of the school day. A teacher and other students intervened, the source said.
Detroit police spokesman Sgt. Michael Woody said the 17-year-old was brought to the Detroit Detention Center, where he will be held on an assault charge. Detroit Public Schools police is the arresting agency, he said.
Jennifer Mrozowski, a spokeswoman for DPS, said in an e-mail: “DPS is investigating this matter and is limited in what it can release due to FERPA,” the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.
Campbell was sentenced in May by a Wayne County Circuit judge to 60 days in jail, probation and community service for assaulting a school security officer at Cass Tech on Jan. 22 by slamming him to the ground. The assault was caught on video and widely circulated.
According to online jail inmate information, Campbell was booked in the jail on July 28. He was released at noon Friday from the Wayne County Jail, said Dennis Niemiec, a spokesman for the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office.
Campbell, once a Michigan State football commitment for the 2015 recruiting class, was already suspended for this season’s opening game by DPS after punching a Novi Detroit Catholic Central player in the handshake line after CC defeated Cass Tech in last season’s semifinal game.
“I suspended him for the first game for what happened at Catholic Central,” said Alvin Ward, director of athletics for DPS. “That’s where I left it. I was waiting on his return (to the football team) and I heard this happened. As far as I’m concerned when that (current) decision is rendered I’ll follow up from the athletic standpoint. He hasn’t returned to the team. As far as I’m concerned he’s a civilian. Once he returned to the team that would fall under our jurisdiction.”
Cass Tech football coach Thomas Wilcher could not immediately be reached for comment Friday.
In the assault on the security guard, Campbell initially faced a felony charge of assault with intent to do great bodily harm and a misdemeanor charge of aggravated assault. Under a plea deal, Campbell pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor charge.
Wayne County Circuit Judge Timothy Kenny sentenced Campbell under the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act, which gives people between ages 17 and 20 a chance to avoid a criminal record. During his sentencing, Campbell apologized to the security officer and said he learned from the incident.
“I know now that I would have handled and responded to our encounter differently. ... I ask that you accept my apology,” Campbell said during the hearing.
Campbell had to turn himself in July 28, which allowed him to attend summer school before serving his time. He had spent three days in custody after his arrest.