Bills player arrested outside water park for improperly carrying concealed firearm

Posted July 12, 2017

Former Ohio State defensive lineman Adolphus Washington, now with the Buffalo Bills, was arrested Sunday in Cincinnati on weapons charges, according to Nick Filipowski of WKBW in Buffalo.

The cops approached Washington's auto and arrested him for improperly carrying a concealed firearm since he didn't inform the police beforehand that he had a weapon in his vehicle. It's unclear if he has an attorney.

The Bills released a statement saying that they are aware of the incident and will not comment further on pending legal matters.

Police were attempting to clear a crowd out of the park's parking lot, according to the report.

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As noted in Strickley's original report, Sunday's incident was not Washington's first confrontation with law enforcement.

Washington, who played his college football at Ohio State University, was originally selected by the Bills in the third round (80th pick overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft.

While at Ohio State, Washington was arrested for soliciting a prostitute through an online advertisement set-up by police in 2015. Washington later pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor charge and entered a program to have the charge dropped.

Washington is expected to replace 34-year-old defensive tackle Kyle Williams in the near future. "That's what you do is learn from your mistakes". He registered 21 tackles and 2.5 sacks.