Kansas City Chiefs Player Faces Second Arrest This Offseason REPORT

Kansas City Chiefs Player Faces Second Arrest This Offseason: REPORT

According to reports, a Kansas City Chiefs player was detained for the second time this offseason on Sunday. After the first arrest, their attorney said, the Tuscaloosa Police targeted them.

The Kansas City Chiefs have occupied law enforcement.

The Chiefs and law enforcement have been in the news a lot this offseason. Since the Chiefs won the Super Bowl in February, several players have been jailed. Chukwuebuka Godrick, an offensive tackle, and Wanya Morris were both taken into custody on suspicion of possessing marijuana. After a fast-moving collision over Easter weekend, Rashee Rice was taken into custody.

In May, Isaiah Buggs surrendered to the authorities.

Defensive lineman Isaiah Buggs handed himself in to the authorities in May for a suspected case of animal cruelty, as was previously mentioned on GH. Two minor counts are against him. According to Buggs’ agent Trey Robinson, the Tuscaloosa police department and the city have been engaged in a “campaign” to compel the former Alabama star to close his Hookah lounge:

“Isaiah fiercely contests the veracity of the accusations and charges made against him today. Mr. Buggs does not support the abuse of any animal in any way. He was not aware that the canines in question continued to reside at the property in question, and they did not belong to him.

Furthermore, we think that the City of Tuscaloosa and its Police Department are working together to intentionally damage Mr. Buggs’ name and reputation as part of a persistent subversive campaign to force the closure of his local business, Kings Hookah Lounge. This is why we think the City of Tuscaloosa filed the charges today.

Kansas City Chiefs Player Faces Second Arrest This Offseason REPORT

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Sunday saw the arrest of Buggs.

According to Ryan Phillips of Tuscaloosa Patch, Buggs was detained on suspicion of breaking and entering:


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“Records from the Tuscaloosa County Jail indicate that Isaiah Buggs, the former defensive lineman for the Tide and current Chief of Kansas City, was taken into custody on Sunday for breaking and entering.

The charge is burglary in the second degree of domestic violence.

According to Phillips, additional information is on the way.

Last week was the last mandatory minicamp for Buggs and the Chiefs. In January, Buggs joined the Chiefs practice squad. In January, he inked a reserve/futures contract with the Chiefs. During the previous season, Buggs played in 10 games for the Detroit Lions, starting three of them.

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