Cody Latimer, the Washington Redskins extensive receiver previously of the New York Giants, was arrested early on Saturday in Colorado on assault and weapons expenses, native officers stated.
Sheriff’s deputies responded to a name round 12:11 a.m. of arguing and gunfire inside a unit on the Zenith Meridian Apartments, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office stated in a statement.
Deputies detained three folks; one particular person had minor accidents unrelated to the gunfire, the assertion stated. No different accidents had been reported.
It was not instantly clear what occurred contained in the residence, which is in Douglas County, about 17 miles southeast of Denver, earlier than the authorities arrived. The sheriff’s workplace stated it had no extra info as of Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Latimer was taken into custody and transported to the Douglas County Detention Facility, the place he was booked on expenses of second-degree assault, menacing, unlawful discharge of a firearm, prohibited use of a weapon and reckless endangerment.
He was launched on a $25,000 bond and is scheduled to look in courtroom on Monday, in line with Deputy Cocha Heyden, a public info officer for the sheriff’s workplace.
The Redskins didn’t instantly reply to a request for touch upon Saturday. However, the workforce told NFL.com that it was “aware” of the state of affairs and had knowledgeable the league workplace.
“We will continue to gather more information and have no further comment at this time,” the workforce stated.
It was unclear if Mr. Latimer had a lawyer.
It has been a rocky week for the N.F.L., as arrest warrants were issued on Thursday for Giants cornerback Deandre Baker and Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar, who had been each accused of armed theft at a cookout they attended close to Miami the evening earlier than.
Washington signed Mr. Latimer in March. He had spent the earlier two seasons with the Giants, the place he had 35 catches for 490 yards and three touchdowns in 21 video games.
He additionally returned 24 kicks for the Giants final season, averaging simply lower than 24 yards per try.
He entered the N.F.L. in 2014 after being chosen within the second spherical of the draft by the Denver Broncos and gained the 2016 Super Bowl with the workforce.
During his last faculty season at Indiana University, Mr. Latimer had over 1,000 yards receiving with 9 touchdowns and was named second-team all-Big Ten.
Evan Easterling contributed reporting.