Golson turned himself in to Gadsden County officials today. He faces a third degree felony charge in the Champion case. His arrest brings the number of individuals arrested for hazing Champion up to eight. A total of 13 people were charged on Wednesday.
In December, Golson was released on a $10,000 bail after being arrested for one county of felony battery and one count of hazing.
Police accused Golson of hazing Bria Hunter. Hunter suffered a broken thigh and blood clouts after being fist-punched and beaten with a metal ruler during an unauthorized initiation process for an underground group called the Red Dawg Order.
Reports by ESPN and the Florida Times-Union stated that Champion was a member of the Red Dawg Order, as well. The Red Dawg Order is said to consist of band students from Georgia.