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The Fantasy Criminal League




Busts
07-10: Flyers
Drunk and Disorderly
Sexual Harassment
Flyers News Evidence

Flyers captain Claude Giroux was arrested and spent the night in jail in Ottawa after an altercation with a police officer, a source has confirmed.

Giroux was arrested for repeatedly grabbing the buttocks of a male officer at the Great Canadian Cabin in the Byward Market. Alcohol is believed to have been involved.

One league source would not confirm details of the incident, but said the Flyers were embarrassed by the story and wanted an explanation from Giroux. The source confirmed only that there was an incident in Ottawa involving Giroux.

Another league source said the Flyers plan to speak to Giroux this week to let him know that "this kind of behavior is inappropriate, especially for someone who is the captain of a professional hockey team."

Giroux’s agent, Pat Brisson, declined comment.

The incident allegedly occurred around 9 p.m. Tuesday. The arrest was one of seven that occurred around the city as part of Can


07-09: Miami
Kicked Out of League
Assault Wife/Girlfriend
Rape
Miami News Evidence

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Two University of Miami Football players were arrested Tuesday, both accused of sexual battery.
Alexander Figueroa, 20, and Jawand Blue, 20, were arrested Tuesday and charged with sexual battery.

According to the arrest affidavit, Figueroa and Blue, without the 17-year old girl’s consent, gave her "a narcotic, anesthetic, or other intoxicating substance that mentally or physically incapacitated" on July 5.

Coral Gables police say Figueroa and Blue, took the 17-year-old student back to Figueroa’s dorm room at Pearson Hall on the UM campus. That’s where police says she was both men performed sex acts on the victim, who was physically helpless to resist.

The teen, according to police, reported the crime to University of Miami Police who contacted the Coral Gables Police Department. Tuesday, Figueroa and Blue went to the Coral Gables Police headquarters and reportedly admitted to "buying and administeri


07-08: Alabama
Obstructing Justice
Alabama News Evidence

WIAT in Birmingham confirmed to FOX10News, Drake was arrested early this morning and is reporting the arrest was in the location where officers shot a shooting suspect outside of Kennedy’s Bar around 1:00 a.m. this morning.

"Police confirm that Drake’s vehicle was parked in an area that police roped off with crime scene tape after the shooting," said Naquela Webster with WIAT in Birmingham. "Drake was taken into custody after he tried to retrieve his vehicle by going underneath the roped-off areas."

Bond was set at $1000.

Below are charges that fall under the category of obstructing government operations, according to the state of Alabama law codes:


07-08: Ohio State
Using Hard Drugs
Aggravated Assault
Ohio State News Evidence

Ohio State football player Tracy Sprinkle is facing charges of cocaine possession, rioting and failure to disperse following a massive bar fight in northeastern Ohio early yesterday, which police described as a riot.

Sprinkle, a 19-year-old backup defensive end, is from Elyria, near Lorain. He was arrested between 2 and 3 a.m. yesterday in Lorain, a Lorain city jail official said, and was still being held as of 11:40 a.m. today.

The cocaine was not found on Sprinkle, but rather hidden in the back seat of a squad car in which he had been placed after the fight.

Police acknowledged another arrested person had been in the vehicle prior to Sprinkle. The officer searched the car after the first person’s release and had found no drugs.


07-07: Central Michigan
Using Soft Drugs
Petty Theft
Central Michigan News Evidence

On June 7, Andrew Flory and Ryan Oruche went to Walmart and stole about $500 worth of snacks and DVDs. Who needs $500 worth of movies and snacks? Did they buy all six seasons of Big Bang Theory, all eight parts to the Harry Potter saga, Frozen, five boxes of Cheez-Its and three loaves of bread?

Junior wide receiver Andrew Flory, 21, was charged with two counts of second-degree retail fraud and one count of possession of marijuana, according to Isabella County Trial Court records. Defensive back Ryan Oruche, 21, was charged with one count of unarmed robbery and two counts of second-degree retail fraud. Flory was arraigned June 20. Oruche was arraigned June 10.

-CM Life


07-07: Old Dominion
Fraud
Theft
Old Dominion News Evidence

Keshawn Henderson, a wide receiver recently dismissed from the Old Dominion football team, has been charged with six felonies and four misdemeanors related to credit-card fraud, according to Norfolk General District Court records.

Henderson, a 6-foot-4 freshman from Dallas, was charged with six counts of obtaining money under false pretenses, two counts of credit-card forgery, one count of obtaining a credit card under false pretenses and a charge of credit-card fraud. Henderson was arrested May 30 and is accused of committing the crimes on May 19 and May 20, according to court records.

Amanda Howie, spokeswoman for Norfolk Commonwealth’s Attorney’s office, said Henderson "used a credit card that did not belong to him to make purchases," including purchases at a Norfolk grocery store and gas station. She did not know whose credit card Henderson is alleged to have used.


07-07: Browns
Drinking and Driving
Browns News Evidence

ALEIGH, N.C. (AP) – Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated after speeding down a street in Raleigh on Saturday, bringing the troubled Pro Bowler's already cloudy future into more doubt.

Gordon was taken into custody after being pulled over for going 50 mph in a 35 mph zone on U.S. 70 in northwest Raleigh around 3 a.m. Saturday, police spokesman Jim Sughrue said.

The police report on Gordon's arrest wasn't finished, so Sughrue didn't know what type of vehicle Gordon was driving or what led the officer to suspect he had been drinking.

Gordon was released on bail. Court records did not list an attorney.


07-02: Flyers
Drunk and Disorderly
Sexual Harassment
Flyers News Evidence

Philadelphia Flyers captain Claude Giroux spent the night in an Ottawa jail according to a report from the Ottawa Sun. The alleged incident that reportedly landed the Flyers forward in handcuffs involved a police officer.

Although few details were immediately available, a source said Giroux was arrested for repeatedly grabbing the buttocks of a male police officer. Alcohol is believed to have been involved.



06-26: Washington
Assault Wife/Girlfriend
Washington News Evidence

Former University of Washington football coach Jim Lambright has been arrested for an alleged domestic violence assault involving his granddaughter in what his wife says is just the latest sign of his growing "explosive disorder."
Snohomish County Sheriff's spokesperson Shari Ireton tells KIRO Radio that Lambright, 72, became angry with his two granddaughters while they were visiting him and his longtime wife in the couple's Snohomish home on June 19.

According to court documents, Lambright told police he was "very frustrated at their attitude and did not see their reason to visit all the time."

Lambright allegedly ordered his 24-year-old granddaughter to leave and she refused. He said he had grabbed her by the arms to force her out, that she was not harmed and did not understand why law enforcement was called.

But the granddaughter told deputies that Lambright "suddenly exploded." He allegedly grabbed her by the arms and forced her


06-23: Hope Solo
Assault Wife/Girlfriend
Hope Solo News Evidence

I'm curious what went down to hold her without bail...

Hope Solo, goalkeeper for the US women's football team, was arrested early on Saturday morning for striking her sister and a teenage nephew during a dispute at her home in a Seattle suburb, police said.
Police who responded to a 911 call at Solo's house in Kirkland a little after midnight could hear noise from the "disturbance" from the street, according to a police statement.

Solo, 32, appeared intoxicated and upset, police said, and her 17-year-old nephew and adult sister were visibly injured.
The football star was hosting a party at her house when the dispute took place, the Seattle Times reported.

Solo is being held without bail in a local jail, on two charges of domestic violence assault in the fourth degree, according to the jail's inmate registry, where she is listed by her married name, Hope Amelia Stevens.

Representatives from US Soccer and Sol


06-22: R-Louisiana: Vance McAllister
Cheating - Married and Kids
R-Louisiana: Vance McAllister News Evidence

WASHINGTON -- A new national poll says that a large majority of voters were not "moved much at all" to learn a member of Congress was involved in an extramarital affair.

Politico, which financed the poll, said the question was prompted by recent release of a surveillance video showing Rep. Vance McAllister, R-Swartz, kissing a married staff. You can read about Monday's poll, which also asked likely voters about their views on Democrats and Republicans and issues including the Affordable Care Act, gun control and abortion, by clicking here.

McAllister, a married father of five who won a special election in the 5th Congressional District last November after running on a platform of brining family and Christian values to Washington, has apologized. He said April 28 that he would not run for re-election. But on May 12, the businessman-turned congressman said his response was too hasty and that he is still mulling over his future plans.


06-20: Bills
Using Soft Drugs
Moving Violations
Bills News Evidence

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Defensive tackle Marcell Dareus returned to the Buffalo Bills facility after some mandated time away.
Dareus is likely relieved to be back.

His adventurous and unfortunate offseason to date includes arrests in two separate incidents, one for possessing synthetic marijuana in Alabama, the other for participating in a street race a couple miles from Ralph Wilson Stadium in the Buffalo suburb of Hamburg.

Dareus was told to stay away from the voluntary OTA sessions following the second arrest on May 30 so that he could get his personal life together. He was back for the mandatory minicamp, and participated in drills the first two days, though was not made available to the media. The Bills reasoning for keeping him away from reporters was so that he could "focus on football."


06-20: Nebraska
Using Soft Drugs
Resisting Arrest
Theft
Nebraska News Evidence

Posted by John Taylor on June 15, 2014, 11:22 AM EDT
Boaz Joseph
The Nebraska Cornhuskers have doubled up in becoming the latest football program to reset the "Days Without An Arrest" ticker back to double zeroes.

According to the Omaha World-Herald, cornerback Boaz Joseph (pictured) and wide receiver Jariah Tolbert were arrested and charged/cited this past week in connection to unrelated incidents.

Joseph, a redshirt freshman, was cited for theft by unlawful taking, the World-Herald writes, "after a surveillance video allegedly captured him walking by, boarding and riding off on a ’;bait bike’ used by [University of Nebraska-Lincoln] police to curb bike theft." Joseph may not be the sharpest knife in the chandelier, but he’s certainly one of the laziest. To wit:

The bike, located on the east side of the Canfield Administration building according to the police report, was embedded with a GPS tracking system. According


06-20: Notre Dame
Taser Usage
Property Damage
Resisting Arrest
Aggravated Assault
Notre Dame News Evidence

This doesn’t sound like booze ...
UPDATE: University of Notre Dame junior wide receiver Will Mahone is scheduled to be arraigned today after being arrested over the weekend in Ohio.

Mahone was arrested after 11:00 Saturday night in his hometown of Austintown, OH, in the 4500 block of Rita Ave. Responding officers were told by bystanders that Mahone was head butting and punching vehicles as well as attempting to start several fights.

Officers then made contact with Mahone, whom officers described as "highly intoxicated". He was being held back by another man. Responding officer Greg McGlynn advised Mahone to calm down and get on the ground. That’s when he says Mahone pushed off the man who was restraining him and aggressively approached Officer McGlynn in an attempt to fight.

That’s when Officer McGlynn drew his taser. He asked Mahone again to comply; Mahone again refused.

The officer then physically engaged Ma


06-20: Iowa State
Drinking and Driving
Iowa State News Evidence

Iowa State sophomore shooting guard Matt Thomas was arrested Saturday for operating a vehicle while intoxicated -- the second Cyclones player to be charged for the infraction in two months.

Thomas, 19, was arrested and jailed by Ames, Iowa, police early Saturday before he was bailed out by his brother, according to a source close to the program.

Shooting guard Matt Thomas averaged 5.5 points last season for the Cyclones.

Thomas, a Wisconsin native who was ranked No. 51 in the 2013 class per RecruitingNation.com, averaged 5.5 points for the Cyclones last season.


06-20: Seahawks
Assault Wife/Girlfriend
Breaking and Entering
Child Endangerment
Seahawks News Evidence

LAYTON – Former BYU tight end Gordon Hudson was arrested and booked into the Davis County Jail Thursday morning, on suspicion of domestic violence and assault.

Hudson was a two-time consensus All-American at BYU, and played in the USFL and NFL.

Hudson was booked on suspicion of domestic violence in the presence of a child, assault (domestic violence) and criminal mischief (domestic violence) on $3,740 bail.

Hudson appeared with a bloody wound between his eyes in the booking photo.

Gordon Hudson played at BYU from 1980-83 and was a teammate of NFL Hall of Famer Steve Young.

Court records show Hudson was charged with assault, domestic violence in the presence of a child and intoxication, stemming from an incident in 2010, also out of Layton. He pleaded guilty to intoxication and the other charges were dropped. He was sentenced to community service and a fine.

Layton Police Lt. Shawn Horton told the Clippe


06-20: Iowa
Drunk and Disorderly
Iowa News Evidence

An Iowa Hawkeye football player, arrested over the weekend, has decided to transfer out of the program. Iowa head football coach Kirk Ferentz confirmed Wednesday that safety Nico Law will transfer from the Hawkeye football program.

This past weekend Law was arrested and cited for disorderly conduct following an altercation outside of an Iowa City restaurant.

Law who is from Clinton, Maryland, has played three seasons for the Hawkeyes. He saw limited action in all 13 games a year ago, recording four solo tackles and one assist.


06-20: Georgia Highlands
Under Age Drinking
Sexual Assault
Georgia Highlands News Evidence

Avery Johnson was likely looking forward to playing more baseball after signing a scholarship with Georgia Highlands College, but the recent high school graduate has seen that dream slip away because of his arrest in a sexual battery case.

The investigation into an alcohol-fueled party on May 10 in Ellijay attended by about two dozen Calhoun High School seniors has seen Johnson, Fields Chapman and Andrew Haynes, all 18, each charged by the Gilmer County Sheriff’s Office with one count of aggravated sexual battery and one count of possession of alcohol by a minor.


06-20: LSU
Assault Wife/Girlfriend
LSU News Evidence

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - LSU starting safety Jalen Mills has been indefinitely suspended from the football team by coach Les Miles after the junior's arrest on a battery charge early Wednesday morning.
A probable cause document states that a woman says Mills punched her in the mouth on May 4 in his apartment. She says she fell to the ground and was briefly unconscious.

Mills was contacted by police on May 29 and he told them he was in Houston and would return to Baton Rouge on June 9, the first day of summer school and football workouts. A June 10 appointment was set for Mills to meet with the police, but he did not make the meeting.
After police were unsuccessful in contacting Mills by telephone, a warrant for his arrest was issued.


06-20: South Carolina
Assault Wife/Girlfriend
South Carolina News Evidence

"was only a verbal altercation and not physical". This time...

COLUMBIA, South Carolina – South Carolina basketball signee James Thompson has been arrested in Louisiana on charges of aggravated battery and domestic abuse by battery.

The East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office website stated that the 19-year-old Thompson was booked Tuesday and released on $10,000 bail. South Carolina said in a statement it was aware of the charges and gathering more information about the arrest.

Thompson has been charged in two separate incidents involving the same woman, one occurred last year and another earlier this month, according to a police report. Thompson told authorities the latest incident was only a verbal altercation and not physical.

The 6-foot-9, 215-pound forward from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, recently graduated from Parkview Baptist High and is expected on South Carolina's campus later this summer.


06-20: Broncos
Drunk and Disorderly
Broncos News Evidence

KUSA - T.J. Ward was one of the few Broncos to meet with the media today, but it was four questions in before he could finally talk about football. The Broncos new Safety made headlines last week because of an arrest warrant from a May 10 incident at a local strip club with several teammates.

Ward today called the situation a, "little bit embarrassing." He added, "I think that it was kind of blown out of proportion, and now it's been taken care of. It's only basically a ticket or a summons. It wasn't supposed to be a warrant initially, but there was some miscommunication between the police department and myself."

John Fox added, "We're on top of it. We were award of it. Like all legal processes, we do have a process. We feel good about what direction it's going and we'll work through it. We'll let the system work."


06-20: Patriots
Selling Hard Drugs
Patriots News Evidence

This guy is on Legend watch. --

On May 13, former Florida wide receiver Reche Caldwell ran into trouble with the law yet again. This time, he was busted for possession of the drug MDMA, commonly known as "Molly," with the intent to distribute.

The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office made the arrest at 12:46 p.m. May 13, at Lodge of Lakecrest Apartments located at 10420 N. McKinley Dr. in Tampa.

Per an arrest report obtained by alligatorSports, Caldwell was having the drug shipped in large quantities direct from China to the apartment he was arrested at near the Temple Terrace part of Tampa.
On the day of Caldwell’s arrest, an agent of the United States Border and Customs Patrol intercepted a package mailed to the McKinly Dr. address at the Tampa Main Post Office. The agent opened the package to find 4.8 pounds of a "white rocky substance," which after being field tested was identified as MDMA.
An inspector then assumed an


06-20: Ravens
Drunk and Disorderly
Property Damage
Ravens News Evidence

Ravens rookie running back Lorenzo Taliaferro was arrested in Virginia over the weekend for breaking a window in a taxi cab, according to the Baltimore Sun.

According to the paper, which cites a report from the Williamsburg Police Department, the arresting officer overheard loud cursing from a group getting out of a cab at roughly 1:15 a.m. ET Saturday morning.

The cab driver told the officer that Taliaferro, the Ravens’ 2014 fourth-round pick out of Coastal Carolina, broke a window in his car. Taliaferro left the scene, but was located nearby and charged with being drunk in public and destruction of property.


06-20: Illinois
Under Age Drinking
Using Soft Drugs
Illinois News Evidence

Suspended University of Illinois basketball player Darius Paul has pleaded guilty to underage drinking.

Paul entered his plea Wednesday in Champaign County Circuit Court. A second charge of resisting a peace office stemming from his April 22 arrest was dropped.

The 20-year-old Paul was sentenced to a year of court supervision.
According to The News-Gazette, county State’s Attorney Julia Rietz said Paul had admitted to police that he failed two tests for marijuana use administered by team officials.


06-20: Rutgers
Under Age Drinking
Assault and Battery
Rutgers News Evidence

A new week, a new bit of unfortunate news related to Rutgers. New Rutgers quarterback Phillip Nelson was arrested early Sunday morning in Minnesota for suspicion of third-degree assault and underage drinking, according to a report by Pioneer Press.

Nelson was arrested in Mankato for an incident that left a 24-year old man listed in critical condition at a clinic in Mankato. The victim of the alleged assault is Isaac Kolstad, a linebacker for Division 2 Minnesota State-Mankato. Nelson was arrested on the scene for probable cause. As reported by KSTP, assault in Minnesota is considered a felony.

Nelson transferred to Rutgers from Minnesota in January and will have to sit out the upcoming season regardless of what happens with the legal process. NCAA rules require him to sit out as a transfer. Rutgers will join the Big Ten this season.


06-09: Cowboys
Selling Hard Drugs
Cowboys News Evidence

In connection with the execution of a search-and-seizure warrant at his 10 White Oak Farm Road home on the morning of Friday, May 30, federal drug agents charged former National Football League player Gennaro Label DiNapoli, 39, with two counts of illegal sale of narcotics.

US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agents made the arrest with the assistance of Newtown police.

After the two charges were processed at the town police station, DiNapoli was released on $150,000 bail for a June 17 arraignment in Danbury Superior Court, according to court records.

On May 30, DiNapoli was arrested on a court warrant which alleges that he sold a total of 330 pills of oxycodone to DEA undercover agents at his home in April and in May for a total of $6,200. Oxycodone is a powerful painkiller.

Court papers listing the items which the DEA agents seized at DiNapoli’s home on May 30 were not immediately available for review.

DiNapo


06-05: Texas AM
Kicked Out of League
Using Soft Drugs
Pistol Whipping
Theft
Texas AM News Evidence

The FCL is back online and to start things off, the ever illusive pistol whipping ...

While no reason was given for the dismissals, arrest warrants were issued for both of them Tuesday stemming from a May 23 robbery in College Station. Both were charged with aggravated robbery.
According to a news release from the police department, three individuals tried to buy marijuana from the duo. When Claiborne and Golden arrived at the scene, one of them produced a handgun, pointed it at an individual while the other took money. The suspect carrying the gun also hit one of the individuals before the duo fled on foot.

Both Claiborne and Golden were arrested Wednesday without incident and are being held on $120,000 bail.

Claiborne, one of Texas A&M’s top tacklers as a freshman, was suspended for A&M’s bowl game after an arrest for possession of marijuana. He was then suspended indefinitely earlier this year for another rest for a noise viol


06-05: NSA
Indecent Exposure
NSA News Evidence





NFL
07-07: Browns
Drinking and Driving
Browns News Evidence

06-20: Bills
Using Soft Drugs
Moving Violations
Bills News Evidence

06-20: Seahawks
Assault Wife/Girlfriend
Breaking and Entering
Child Endangerment
Seahawks News Evidence

06-20: Broncos
Drunk and Disorderly
Broncos News Evidence

06-20: Patriots
Selling Hard Drugs
Patriots News Evidence

06-20: Ravens
Drunk and Disorderly
Property Damage
Ravens News Evidence

06-09: Cowboys
Selling Hard Drugs
Cowboys News Evidence

04-22: Panthers
Misdemeanor Domestic Abuse
Panthers News Evidence

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

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

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

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

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



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