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BOULDER, Colo. — A University of Colorado football player was arrested Saturday, nearly one month after being arrested on charges of assault, harassment and domestic violence.

Anthony Julmisse, 19, has been charged with robbery, first-degree trespassing, criminal mischief and careless driving.

According to an arrest affidavit from the Boulder Police Department, Julmisse allegedly crashed into a vehicle stopped at a red light on Saturday.

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The man said Julmisse was driving with two passengers, a male and a female.

The men involved in the crash disagreed about the extent of the damage, and the second driver declined Julmisse’s offer of $40 to repair the damage.

At one point, there was a dispute regarding Julmisse’s insurance card, and the second driver said Julmisse grabbed the man’s smartphone and threw it out the window as he drove away.

When interviewed by police, Julmisse acknowledged he crashed into the parked car but said there was only minor damage.

Julmisse also admitted to taking the man’s smartphone but, according to the report, he “couldn’t explain his actions in a way that made any sense.”

Julmisse was taken into custody and booked into the Boulder County Jail.

Julmisse was suspended indefinitely from the team for his earlier arrest.