Former Oklahoma State national champion wrestler AJ Ferrari was charged Wednesday with third-degree burglary by the Payne County District Attorney’s Office.
The alleged incident happened July 17, just two weeks after Ferrari was charged with sexual battery — an ongoing legal process. The burglary charge also includes a count of petit larceny. No arraignment has been set for this case.
Ferrari, who was removed from the OSU wrestling team last month, was 30-1 in his career at Oklahoma State, going 20-1 in his national championship true freshman season. He was 10-0 as a sophomore before a car accident ended his season prematurely. The only loss Ferrari has suffered at the collegiate level came against Noah Adams at the Cowboy Challenge Tournament. He was the No. 1 recruit in the country out of high school.
Ferrari pleaded not guilty to his sexual battery charge. He was booked and posted bail on Aug. 3 for that alleged offense. A preliminary hearing for the sexual battery case is scheduled for Sept. 28.