Kansas City fan cited for pointing laser at Tom Brady in title game
One of the big news story during the AFC championship game was Tom Brady getting a laser pointed at his eyes. After the game, the Kansas City Chiefs and the police were looking into it and it appears they have finally gotten to the bottom of it.
According to Glenn Rice of The Kansas City Star, a 64-year-old man was given a ticket for disturbing the peace and could face a fine and jail time.
Dwyan Morgan, 64, was given a ticket for disturbing the peace and faces up to a year in jail or a fine up to $1,000, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker said in a news release Tuesday.
It’s unclear how the police identified him, but the team used security video and eyewitness interviews to get to to the bottom of it.
The team said that he wasn’t a season-ticket holder and he has been banned from Arrowhead Stadium for life. The Chiefs lost to the New England Patriots 37-31 and the incident happened during the 4th quarter.
It’s unclear exactly what prosecutors are trying to get in terms of punishment for Morgan but if he has a clean criminal record it’s hard to imagine they will try and get jail time. Having to pay close to the $1,000 fine seems more appropriate in this case.
Look for this story to be continued to be updated as it works it’s way through the court system and make sure to check back to ClutchPoints for any updates to this story.