Update June 17, 12:04 p.m.
ISU assistant track and field coach Travis Hartke: "This is something that will be handled internally once all the details are uncovered. Therefore I wish not to comment on the issue."
Collin Fett, a thrower for the ISU men's track and field team, was arrested on a warrant Thursday, June 14 and charged with second degree theft.
The charge stemmed from the execution of a search warrant on May 31 at Fett's Ames residence that resulted in the seizure of 40 bicycles. According to a previous Ames Police report, those bikes were believed to have been stolen from ISU campus property.
The search on May 31 was a follow-up to the investigation into those stolen bikes.
Fett, who competed as a redshirt freshman this past year, finished 10th in the weight throw at the Big 12 Championships during the indoor track and field season.