04-16: Titans
Kicked Out of League
Buying Sex
Titans News Evidence

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee Titans have waived defensive end Adewale Ojomo more than two weeks after he was arrested in a prostitution sting.

The Titans announced the move Monday afternoon, hours after the team started its offseason program.

Ojomo had joined the Titans’ practice squad in December after stints with the Giants as an undrafted free agent in 2012 and on the practice squads in Seattle and Buffalo last fall.

He was booked March 21 in Miami on a charge of soliciting a prostitute after police say Ojomo offered the undercover detective $100 for sex. The police report said Ojomo was planning to go to a nearby store for condoms but was arrested before he could drive away.

Ojomo played at the University of Miami.

04-16: 49ers
Other Felonies
49ers News Evidence

Looks like I need to add airport crimes and this guy is on track for Legend status...

LOS ANGELES – San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith was arrested Sunday at Los Angeles International Airport after authorities said he became belligerent during a security screening and threatened that he had a bomb.

The 24-year-old player was randomly selected for a secondary screening at Terminal 1 and became uncooperative with the process, airport police Sgt. Karla Ortiz said. She said he told a TSA agent that he had a bomb before walking to the gate. When airport police officers caught up with him, Ortiz said Smith became uncooperative and was taken into custody.

A witness video posted on TMZ.com shows Smith exchanging words with an officer as he was being handcuffed and escorted out of the gate area.

Smith was booked for investigation of making a false bomb threat. FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller said anyone who makes a bomb threat at

04-16: Iowa State
Drinking and Driving
Iowa State News Evidence

That's number three!

AMES, Iowa – Iowa State University has suspended Abdel Nader from the basketball team after his arrest on suspicion of drunken driving over the weekend.

The Iowa State Police arrested Nader around 11:40 p.m. Saturday on suspicion that he was operating a vehicle while intoxicated....

04-16: Iowa State
Drunk and Disorderly
Iowa State News Evidence

AMES, Iowa – Iowa State defensive lineman David Irving has been suspended indefinitely after being arrested following a large crowd disturbance in Ames on Tuesday night.

Ames police have charged Irving with criminal mischief, disorderly conduct and fifth-degree theft.
That’s two this week for ISU...

Police Commander Geoff Huff tells The Associated Press that pictures and video that appeared to show Irving holding an uprooted stop sign during the late-night disturbance helped lead to his arrest.

Huff says the 20-year-old Irving turned himself in Friday. It’s unclear if Irving has hired a lawyer.

Irving was expected to be a key part of Iowa State’s defensive line after making eight starts in 2013. But his suspension and the recent dismissal of fellow starter Rodney Coe leaves the line in flux.

04-16: Alabama
Drinking and Driving
Alabama News Evidence

Tuscaloosa Police say that they have charged an Alabama football player with DUI after an early morning arrest.

Police say Dillon Lee, a junior linebacker for the Tide, was arrested around 2 a.m. in the 800 block of 31st Street after an accident with minor injuries. Officers "found cause to charge Lee with driving under the influence."

Saban gave the following comment following Lee's arrest: "I don't have all of the details at this point and will handle it appropriately once I've had a chance to review all of the information."

Lee has been released on a $1,000 bond.

04-16: Iowa State
Moving Violations
Iowa State News Evidence

I still love the obligitory stat line on all the arrests...

ISU running back DeVondrick Nealy was arrested in Ames on April 9 because the noise coming from his vehicle was too high. The arrest happened after he was pulled over just 15 minutes earlier and was told to turn down his music.

Nealy was given a warning by an officer about the music and was told he would be arrested if he got pulled over for a second time because of the noise.

When Nealy was pulled over again just minutes later, the noise could be heard as far as a block away. The police measured the noise in Nealy’s car at 80 decibels and arrested him because he failed to turn down the music.

Last season, Nealy rushed for 158 yards on 48 carries for the ISU football team. He was third on the team in touchdowns with four, and is expected to be a key contributor in the backfield next season.

04-08: Colts
Drinking and Driving
Using Hard Drugs
Colts News Evidence

Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay had $29,029 in cash and numerous bottles of prescription drugs in his vehicle when he was arrested on felony charges after being stopped on suspicion of drunk driving March 16, according to a police report.

Irsay had trouble standing, his speech was slurred and he admitted taking several medications. He agreed to take a portable breath test on the scene, but the results were redacted in police reports obtained by the Indianapolis Star.

The cash was found in Irsay’s briefcase, wallet and two laundry bags, the report said. Police also found numerous bottles containing prescription drugs that were stored in the metal briefcase and in bags on the floor of Irsay’s silver Toyota Highlander that he was driving.

Irsay denied being drunk when he was arrested in the Indianapolis suburb of Carmel. The police report said the 54-year-old billionaire was so disoriented that officers had him sit on the hood of a pat

04-08: Old Dominion
Aggravated Assault
Old Dominion News Evidence

Jakwail Bailey was granted $5,000 bond in General District Court Tuesday. He will be monitored and is to have no contact with the victim, officials told 13News Now.
NORFOLK -- Old Dominion reserve wide receiver Jakwail Bailey has been arrested and charged with felonious malicious wounding, officials told 13News Now Thursday.

Records indicate that Bailey was arrested earlier this week by the ODU Police for an incident that occurred Sunday night on W. 39th Street.

ODU Head Coach Bobby Wilder said Bailey has been suspended indefinitely for a violation of team rules following his arrest.

A native of Haddonfield, NJ, Bailey is a three-year member of the ODU football team. He had 18 receptions for 127 yards and two touchdowns in 2013.

According to Amanda Howie, a spokeswoman for the Norfolk Commonwealth’s Attorney, Bailey will have a bond hearing on April 1. He will then have a preliminary hearing on April 28.

04-08: Texas AM
Drunk and Disorderly
Texas AM News Evidence

A Texas A&M quarterback vying to succeed Johnny Manziel was arrested on a public intoxication charge outside a Northgate bar before dawn on Friday.
Kenny Hill, a 19-year-old sophomore from Southlake, was taken into custody in front of Chimy’s on University Drive just before 3 a.m., according to a College Station police report. He has since posted bail and was released.
Hill was passed out alone in a planter full of rocks and plants in front of the restaurant-bar when officers arrived, police said in the arrest report.
When asked who the current president of the United States was, Hill reportedly answered "Bush" and told officers his name was "Kennedy," authorities said. Police also said Hill was unable to tell them where he was.

04-08: Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania News Evidence

A University of Pennsylvania basketball player is under arrest, charged in connection with a burglary on campus, authorities say.

Freshman Tony Bagtas, No. 11, was arrested Monday night. Police say he participated in at least one of eight burglaries that took place at the school's quad dorms on streets from 36th to 38th streets along Spruce.

Penn's public safety department says the burglaries happened after students left their dorm rooms unlocked.

04-08: Bengals
Concealed or Illegal Weapons
Assault with a Deadly Weapon
Bengals News Evidence

A purse no less ...
According to Pro Football Talk, Orson Charles was charged with first-degree wanton endangerment and held in the Madison County Detention Center. He was released early Tuesday.

A WLEX-TV reporter said the arrest stemmed from a road rage incident with a gun on Interstate 75 near Berea, where a caller said a man had pointed a gun at him several times after cutting him off on the road.

Police found a semi-automatic Smith & Wesson in the back of the car inside a purse.

Charles caught one pass for eight yards in 13 appearances last season.

04-08: Kansas
Sexual Assault
Kansas News Evidence

Police arrested University of Kansas wide receiver Mark A. Thomas over the weekend in connection with a sexual assault, the latest arrest in a string of sexual and domestic assault cases involving both college and professional football players in recent weeks. According to the victim, Thomas "forcibly fondled her" while she was passed out.
Kansas suspended Thomas indefinitely.
The Thomas arrest comes just a week after a grand jury indicted Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice on one count of aggravated assault against his fiancee. Former NFL star Darren Sharper, meanwhile, is facing charges that he drugged and raped women in at least five states.
Thomas’ arrest is only the latest incident involving college athletes. A University of Wisconsin recruit has been charged with raping a student during a campus visit. Students at the University of Michigan protested the school’s approach to a sexual assault investigation of the team’s kicker. There was als

04-08: Georgia
Drinking and Driving
Under Age Drinking
Moving Violations
Georgia News Evidence

Georgia baseball player Zach Sims has been suspended indefinitely after he was arrested early Sunday morning on three charges, including driving under the influence of alcohol.
Sims, a first baseman, was also charged by University of Georgia police with improper driving and underage possession of alcohol.
Sims, 19, is a freshman from North Oconee High School. He has not played in a game yet for Georgia.
A team spokesman said in a statement on Tuesday: "Coach Scott Stricklin is aware of the matter involving Zach Sims, and he has been suspended indefinitely."

04-08: Missouri
Assault and Battery
Missouri News Evidence

(KSDK) – A University of Missouri basketball player has been arrested and charged for assault in Columbia, Mo., according to Columbia police.

Zach Price, a Mizzou forward and transfer from Louisville, has been arrested for third-degree domestic assault as well as third-degree assault in an incident involving his roommate and a woman, according to police.

Early Thursday morning, police responded to an incident at Heather and Ash in reference to a disturbance between Price, his male roommate and the roommate's girlfriend, according to police.

The man and woman left the area, and Price followed in his car where he blocked the man's car and prevented them from leaving the area of Stadium Boulevard, according to police. Price confronted the man, punched him and proceeded to push down the woman who tried to intervene.

04-08: Timberwolves
Assault Wife/Girlfriend
Timberwolves News Evidence

Minnesota Timberwolves forward Dante Cunningham rejoined the team on Saturday, two days after he was arrested and later charged with felony domestic assault for allegedly choking his girlfriend during an argument.

Cunningham was released from jail on Friday and took a flight on Saturday morning to Orlando, Fla., where the Timberwolves were scheduled to play the Magic. Cunningham was expected to be in uniform for the game.

Cunningham cannot be disciplined by the league and the Timberwolves for the same transgression, under terms of the collective bargaining agreement. The league was expected to wait until it had all the details before deciding on imposing any punishment.

04-08: Texas AM
Drunk and Disorderly
Texas AM News Evidence

COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS – Texas A&M redshirt freshman receiver Ricky Seals-Jones is free on bond after his arrest for what police said was a challenge to another man to fight.

KBTX-TV (http://bit.ly/1fYKDNE) of Bryan-College Station reports the incident happened about 2:30 a.m. Sunday at a bar in the Northgate District entertainment area just off the A&M campus.

A police statement said Seals-Jones was being "carried away by his friends" from the bar when an officer saw another person bump into the player. The officer says the two exchanged heated words until Seals-Jones broke free from his friends and obscenely challenged the other person to fight. The officer said he immediately arrested Seals-Jones on a misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge.

03-05: Giants
Concealed or Illegal Weapons
Giants News Evidence

NEW YORK (AP) - New York Knicks point guard Raymond Felton was arrested Tuesday on weapons charges after a lawyer for Felton's wife turned in a loaded gun allegedly belonging to the basketball star, saying she didn't want it in her home, police said.
Felton turned himself in at 12:50 a.m. Tuesday, not long after the Knicks lost to the Dallas Mavericks in a buzzer-beater at home, police said.

But before the Monday night game, an attorney for Ariane Raymondo-Felton arrived at a Manhattan police precinct with a Belgian-made FN Herstal pistol, police spokesman Sgt. Lee Jones said. Raymondo-Felton later went to the precinct that night and made a statement to detectives, police said.

Investigators then contacted the director of security at Madison Square Garden in an attempt to reach Felton, police said.
Felton made no statement after he arrived at the precinct with a lawyer, police said. He was expected to be arraigned later Tuesday on three cha

03-05: Mississippi
Drunk and Disorderly
Resisting Arrest
Mississippi News Evidence

Ole Miss linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche was arrested this weekend.

Nkemdiche was charged with disturbing the peace, disorderly conduct and failure to comply with a police officer around midnight Saturday, Oxford Police Chief Joey East said. All three are misdemeanors.

The arrest occurred at The Retreat, an Oxford apartment complex that is mainly occupied by students. Nkemdiche celebrated his 21st birthday on Saturday.

03-05: Alabama
Using Soft Drugs
Alabama News Evidence

Alabama reserve running back Dee Hart was arrested Sunday and charged with marijuana possession and giving false information, the Tuscaloosa News reported. He was released from jail after posting a $1,300 bond.

Hart, a former five-star recruit whose career has been sidetracked by injuries, hasn’t been with the Alabama program since the Sugar Bowl, the school said. Since coming to Alabama, Hart has sustained two torn ACLs and has not started a game.

03-05: Indiana
Drinking and Driving
Indiana News Evidence

(BLOOMINGTON) - Indiana University sophomore forward Hanner Mosquera-Perea was arrested and charged early Friday morning with operating a vehicle while intoxicated causing endangerment.
He was taken to jail at 4:45 a.m. and then released later.
Indiana men's basketball coach Tom Crean says he is still gathering information and has not yet made a decision on Mosquera-Perea's status. However, he called the arrest "a disappointing shock to all of us."

03-05: Oklahoma
Indecent Exposure
Oklahoma News Evidence

Get a room!

Former Oklahoma Sooners wide receiver Trey Metoyer was arrested in Texas on a complaint of indecent exposure according to NewsOK.com on Feb. 12. This is not the first time Metoyer has been arrested for this complaint, as his previous arrest lef to his dismissal from the Sooners' football team.

Metoyer, who signed with the Oklahoma Sooners as their first ever five-star recruit at the wide receiver position, never made the splash that fans expected for the school. After having to transfer to a military school his first season due to bad grades, he finally showed up at OU and failed to make a mark on the field.

While playing for Oklahoma, police answered a complaint from a woman who claimed that a man was masturbating in his car in her apartment complex where she could see from her apartment. Less than a month later, a different woman was walking her dog and came across the same man, who asked if he could borrow a pen. She went into h

03-05: Tennessee
Drunk and Disorderly
Resisting Arrest
Tennessee News Evidence

According to Evan Woodbery of GoVolsXtra.com, the 12 current and former Tennessee Volunteers football players cited or arrested at the Quarry Trail apartment complex on February 9 will likely emerge with a clean record from their scrape with the law.

Woodbery reports that the seven team members who received citations appeared in court Thursday and will have their charges dismissed if they pay their court costs and stay out of trouble for 60 days.

As for those arrested in the incident, A.J. Johnson, Danny O’Brien and former Vols player Dontavis Sapp are also on path to have their charges wiped away. The three appeared in court last week, and their charges have either been dismissed or are in the process of being resolved.

01-28: UNC
Moving Violations
Assault and Battery
UNC News Evidence

Not a big deal, but I try and bust all UNC/Duke violations.
UNC linebacker Travis Hughes was arrested on charges of assaulting a government official Thursday morning, according to an Department of Public Safety arrest report.

The incident occurred at 9:20 a.m. when UNC Department of Pubic Safety Parking and Transportation officer Donald Burke was writing a citation for Hughes’ illegally parked car near the intersection of Hibbard and Blythe Drive, DPS spokesman Randy Young said.

Assaulting a government official is considered N.C. General Statute 14-33A, which is a
class 2 misdemeanor.

Hughes approached Burke while the citation was being written and an altercation ensued. Hughes then got in his vehicle and fled before being apprehended at the corner of McCauley and South Columbia Road. Hughes appeared in front of a magistrate Thursday and was released on a promise to appear, Young said.

Hughes, a junior who recorded 7

01-24: Florida State
Using Soft Drugs
Resisting Arrest
Florida State News Evidence

Two pot sandwiches in a week, and none before. Go figure.

Florida State basketball signee Cinmeon Bowers was arrested Thursday for allegedly eating marijuana in attempt to hide it during a routine traffic stop.

Bowers currently plays basketball for Chipola College, and signed with the Seminoles at the end of 2013. He was the first commitment of FSU’s 2014 class.

Two other basketball players were arrested with Bowers and taken to Jackson County Correctional Facility. They were pulled over for speeding in Marianna, but police say they smelled marijuana in the vehicle. All three are charged with tampering with evidence.
Bowers, Torian Graham and Jamaar McKay-Taylor have been suspended indefinitely from the Chipola College basketball team until the school conducts its own investigation. FSU athletics has not yet commented on Bowers’ arrest.

01-24: Nevada
Assault Wife/Girlfriend
Nevada News Evidence

RENO, NV - Wolf Pack running back Chris Solomon has been suspended from the football team following an arrest Sunday.

Solomon was booked on a Domestic battery charge in the first degree, a misdemeanor. He was released on $3,000 bail the next day.

"We are aware of the incident and Chris has been suspended from the team as we continue to gather more information," said head coach Brian Polian in a statement.

Police say January 19, 2014, around 4AM, they responded to the 4900 block of West 7th Street on a call regarding a family disturbance. Police say they found evidence Solomon had battered his girlfriend, who had injuries. REMSA personnel evaluated her, and based on that evaluation, Solomon was arrested and booked.

Solomon, who will be a redshirt sophomore next season, ran for 282 yards on 89 carries (3.2 yards per carry) with one touchdown. He had a breakout game against National Champion Florida State, running for a career-high 108 y

01-24: Alabama
Pepper Spray
Drunk and Disorderly
Resisting Arrest
Alabama News Evidence

It’s been too long since our last pepper spray arrest!

Tuscaloosa Police responded to a loud party and underage drinking complaint at Campus Way Apartments (301 Helen Keller Blvd.) at 12:53 a.m. on (Jan. 19). Officers arrived on scene and located a large party at one of the apartments. While investigating the complaint officers found probable cause to arrest Chavis Taylor for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. As officers were walking Taylor to a patrol unit a large crowed (approximately 40 individuals) followed and gathered around officers. Officers told the crowd multiple times to disperse. Officers warned one individual (Tony Brown) multiple times to back up and leave the parking lot. The individual would walk a few steps away and then would walk right back towards officers. The officers warned the individual that if he did not leave the parking lot he would be arrested. The individual yelled threatening profanity at the officer and stepped toward the office

01-24: Raiders
Using Soft Drugs
Moving Violations
Raiders News Evidence

Chow down! ...
Former Gators football player Jarvis Jaray Moss was arrested Monday night after police said he tried swallowing marijuana during a traffic stop.

Gainesville Police officers arrested the 29-year-old UF student on charges of tampering with evidence and marijuana possession, according to an arrest report.
At about 8:30 p.m., an officer stopped a car Moss was riding in for running a stop sign, according to the report.
The officer noticed the smell of marijuana coming from the car and saw Moss chewing something.

Moss told the officer he was eating food, but when he opened his mouth, the officer noticed large pieces of marijuana.
During questioning, Moss told officers he smoked weed earlier but denied eating it, according to the report.

Officers booked Moss into the Alachua County Jail at about 9 p.m. He was released on his own recognizance Tuesday afternoon.

01-24: Browns
Resisting Arrest
Drunk and Disorderly
Assault and Battery
Browns News Evidence

MIAMI – Cleveland Browns and former Miami Dolphins wide receiver Davone Bess was arrested Friday on charges of assaulting a law enforcement officer at an airport, the latest in a series of personal problems for the NFL player.

According to a Broward Sheriff’s Office arrest report, Bess was approached by Deputy Thomas O’Brien inside the Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport terminal because he was "acting irrationally, dancing, singing with his pants repeatedly falling down."

"I inquired if he was all right and received no response," O’Brien said in the report, adding later that Bess "appeared to be looking through me" while they talked.

Bess, 28, then picked up a cup of hot coffee from a counter and squeezed it, "which caused the cup to break with the liquid going all over my uniform," the deputy wrote. Bess then took up a "fighting stance," and O’Brien said he hit the player on the leg with a baton to no ef

01-24: Kentucky
Drunk and Disorderly
Resisting Arrest
Kentucky News Evidence

No details other than the arrest? ...

UK Football wide receiver Demarco Robinson has been arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest according to several media outlets, initially the Herald-Leader’s Jen Smith:

01-24: Bobcats
Selling Soft Drugs
Selling Hard Drugs
Bobcats News Evidence

ATLANTA – Authorities say former NBA player Javaris Crittenton was among more than a dozen people arrested amid a metro Atlanta drug trafficking probe.

The office of Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard Jr. said 14 people were arrested Wednesday after a seven-month investigation.

District Attorney’s spokeswoman Yvette Jones says in a statement that Crittenton and the others are accused of selling cocaine and several hundred pounds of marijuana.

Crittenton’s attorney, Brian Steel, told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution his client is innocent, adding they’ll "fight any and every false allegation" against Crittenton.

Crittenton was out on bond awaiting trial on murder charges in the August 2011 shooting death of an Atlanta woman.

Crittenton played with Los Angeles, Memphis and Washington. He signed a non-guarantee contract with Charlotte Bobcats in 2010 before being waved.

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