August 13, 2013 Nashville Tennessee (CNN) Brandon Banks, one of the four former Vanderbilt University football players who were charged with rape on Friday, has surrendered to Metro Police.
He will be taken to General Hospital for the mandatory HIV test and then to jail.
Banks, 19 from Maryland, was the only player remaining at large in the case.
Brandon Vandenburg, 20, from California; JaBorian “Tip” McKenzie, 18, from Mississippi; and Cory Batey, 19, of Nashville also have been arrested.
The four men were charged on Friday with five counts each of aggravated rape and two counts of aggravated sexual battery. Vandenburg was also charged with one count of unlawful photography and tampering with evidence.
McKenzie, 19, surrendered at police headquarters Saturday morning. He was also taken to General Hospital for the mandatory HIV test. He was released from Metro Jail around 1 p.m. after posting a $50,000 bond, according to a dispatcher with the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office.
Vandenburg and Batey remain in Metro Jail in lieu of $350,000 bond following their arrests, according to Metro spokeman Don Aaron.
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