The arrests keep coming at Oklahoma this offseason, and now it seems we have a repeat offender.

Parrish Cobb was arrested on Thursday morning and charged with armed robbery. It's the second time Cobb has been arrested in the last three months, and he is already suspended from the football team and the school.

The latest charges stem from an alleged robbery that took place on Wednesday night. The Norman Police Department released a statement on Thursday detailing the arrest.

The victim stated that two black males entered his apartment and pointed semi-automatic handguns at him and his roommate. The two suspects then stole cash and drugs from the residence before leaving on foot. No one was injured during the incident. One of the suspects concealed his identity with a mask and gloves. The second suspect did not conceal his identity and was later identified by one of the victims as 19-year-old Parrish Cobb.

The statement says that Cobb was apprehended and booked into the Cleveland County Detention Center on complaints of robbery with a dangerous weapon, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, and conspiracy to commit a felony. The statement also says the identity of Cobb's alleged accomplice in the robbery remains unknown.

Cobb was arrested in January and charged with three felonies for counts of first-degree aggravated robbery which occurred in Waco, Texas. Cobb had originally committed to playing at Baylor as a four-star recruit in 2016 but left the program following the sexual assault scandal at the school.

This latest arrest is the fifth arrest of an Oklahoma player this offseason. Quarterbacks Baker Mayfield and Chris Robinson, as well as defensive back Ronnie LaRue, have all been arrested since the end of the 2016 season. 

Odds are Cobb will be the first of the four to be a former Sooner soon enough.