slayer199: Quentin GrovesCHARGE: Solicitation of a prostituteA month after signing with the Browns, Groves got popped in a Cuyahoga County prostitution sting that saw fourteen others arrested.According to the police report, Groves solicited the services of an undercover cop, agreeing to pay $100 for an hour of services.Groves was apologetic in a public statement released shortly thereafter.Really dude? You're NFL player with a contract of $2.28 million over 2 years...and you can't afford more than a $100 hooker? Arrested for stupidity as much as anything else.
slayer199: Really dude? You're NFL player with a contract of $2.28 million over 2 years...and you can't afford more than a $100 hooker? Arrested for stupidity as much as anything else.
abhorrent1: I see trends in that list.White players: DUI / Public intoxicationBlack players: Assault / Battery and Illegal firearms.
The_Sponge: .Not to mention that he should be able to get it for free from a football groupie./Wrap it up, dude.
Odd Bird: I've heard higher-end services typically require a credit card or some other piece of information which will be kept in their databases. Despite this, your "for stupidity" remark does ring true.
grinding_journalist: CHARGE: DUIThe Rams corner was spotted at 3 AM in Missoula, MT, driving with his headlights off. Refusing a breathalyzer test didn't help his case.Um, refusing the Breathalyzer most certainly DID help his case, as any lawyer will tell you.
The Slush: And it's already out of date
SlothB77: Headline "handy visual guide"Fa "Start slideshow"Fu subby
JDawgNJ: grinding_journalist: CHARGE: DUIThe Rams corner was spotted at 3 AM in Missoula, MT, driving with his headlights off. Refusing a breathalyzer test didn't help his case.Um, refusing the Breathalyzer most certainly DID help his case, as any lawyer will tell you.Per dui.drivinglaws.org"For example, Montana law allows an officer to take apreliminary breath test before you are arrested. This works like a field sobriety test. The officer can use the results to establish probable cause that you have been driving under the influence. If the results are above the legal limit, then the officer can arrest you and ask you to submit to another chemical test. You cannot refuse either the preliminary breath test or the later breath or blood test without facing a penalty for refusal. "As the man who wrote the article (the football one, not the DUI law one), when I said "didn't help his case", it was meant in the context of "didn't endear him to the arresting officer."Either way, I may have gotten lucky on that one, it seems.
scottydoesntknow: /"Handy visual guide" my ass subby
AliceBToklasLives: The arrest rate for NFL players has averaged about 2.9% compared to 10.8% for men age 22 to 34 (based on FBI crime data by age for men in 2009).http://sbronars.wordpress.com/2012/12/09/does-the-nfl-have-a-crime-p ro blem//granted, this article is a bit out of date, but nothing statistically significant has changed
Palmer Eldritch: That link that says that NFL players get arrested a quarter as often as the general public said that 10.8% of men between 22 and 34 get arrested every year. That seems extremely high.
W.C.fields forever: N.Y.Giant linebacker arrested at Philadelphia airport yesterday.Carrying a switchblade.
Allen262: I'd one one to cut my self free after my plane crash and explodes into a fireball...
calm like a bomb: Allen262: I'd one one to cut my self free after my plane crash and explodes into a fireball...It's way too early to be this drunk. You need help.
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