Report: Adam Pacman Jones allegedly threatened to kill police officer during arrest
Adam Pacman Jones has fallen from grace, significantly, since his time with the NFL, and there’s no better proof of that than his latest arrest.
According to Bleacher Report, more details have been released about Jones’ arrest, which we’d previously reported. Jones was arrested last week at a casino in Indiana, for outstanding warrants.
However, BR’s newest report suggests that Jones could be in a lot more trouble than he originally thought, because new details suggest that he allegedly threatened the police officer that put him under arrest.
And, it’s entirely possible that he’ll be facing a whole new set of charges thanks to this development.
“Former NFL cornerback Adam Pacman Jones allegedly told an officer “f–k you” and to “suck my d–k” during a February arrest at an Indiana casino. Officers allege Jones broke free of custody and attempted to flee when he was being placed into custody by the Ohio County Sheriff’s Dept. He was apprehended and formally charged with eight crimes, including felony intimidation and felony battery against an officer.”
Jones last took to the football field in 2018, when he played with the Denver Broncos.
However, he’s been in trouble with the law before — including for an incident involving a shooting outside of a Las Vegas strip club back in 2007, for which he was suspended for all of 2007 and most of 2008.
Adam Pacman Jones has also been suspended for charges stemming from an assault in Cincinnati; he pleaded guilty to a lesser charge in that case.