New information on Drake tour bus theft and ASU dorm incident

New information has been released in the September incident involving the theft of Drake's jewelry, as well as a the suspect allegedly trespassing a female student's dorm room at ASU. FOX 10's Stefania Okolie reports.

- There is new information on the man accused of stealing jewelry off Canadian rapper Drake's tour bus in September, and then allegedly broke into a dorm at Arizona State University and climbed into bed with a student.

On Thursday, the police report that described what happened that night, along with the call to 911 that landed Travion King behind bars, were released.

Body camera footage showed the moments police at Arizona State University pulled King from a woman's dorm room at ASU. At the time, King was only suspected of trespassing. The student reportedly woke up to King trying to climb into her bed. When she asked KIng why he was there, King allegedly said he saw a "pitchfork hand" sign and thought it referenced a sexual gesture.

Namely, that it was OK to enter rooms for sexual encounters.

King reportedly made sexually explicit comments when the female student told him to leave. The student said she ran to her roommates. They later called police.

King eventually admitted to police that he was high on Marijuana and PCP, which he took before the Drake concert. He said he wandered into the room, because it was unlocked.

As for the jewelry allegedly stolen from Drake, the alleged victim remembers King had a brief case, and asked her if she wanted to see his chains. The jewelry was confiscated by ASU Police, who didn't know it was reportedly linked to the multimillion dollar theft. The jewelry was later returned to Drake.


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