On Thursday, Denver Broncos wide-receiver, Jerry Jeudy, was apprehended by the Arapahoe County, Colorado, sheriff’s office.
Jeudy is in custody at the Arapahoe County Jail, the sheriff’s office has said. He is being held, without bond, on misdemeanor charges of 2nd-degree criminal tampering with a domestic violence enhancer.
According to Colorado’s Title 18, these charges are related to “tampering with property of another with intent to cause injury, inconvenience, or annoyance…” It also refers to “knowingly making an unauthorized connection with property of a utility.”
Authorities say that a woman called 911, saying that Jeudy was taken over her property. However, police say that the contact between the two wasn’t physical, at all.
Arrest documents show that “things went crazy” between the two. T he woman stated that he “put her wallet and medical paperwork for their child in his car. Then, he wouldn’t let her get access to it.”
If Jeudy is found guilty, the domestic violence enhancer may increase the consequences.
23-year-old Jeudy was chosen by the Broncos in the 2020 NFL draft out of Alabama. He said to be one of the top picks for recently traded quarterback Russell Wilson.