MU quarterback arrested in Columbia

Mar 13, 2012

Missouri backup quarterback Ashton Glaser has been arrested in Columbia on Laclede County warrants issued after he failed to show up in court for a speeding ticket.

Columbia police say Glaser was punched in the face early Sunday by an unidentified man who answered the door when Glaser sought out a female neighbor.

Witnesses called police, but only the 21-year-old Glaser was arrested after officers discovered the outstanding warrants. The arrest was first reported by the Columbia Daily Tribune.

Glaser was charged in a November 2011 traffic stop in Laclede County with speeding and not having a valid driver's license. The warrants were issued after he failed to appear in court in January and February.

Glaser is listed as the Tigers' third-string quarterback on spring football depth charts.