May 12, 2022 4pm PST
News broke Thursday afternoon regarding a rather puzzling arrest of wide receiver Jerry Jeudy in Arapahoe County, Colorado. The 23 year old that was selected 15th overall in the 2020 NFL Draft, was arrested today for criminal tampering with a domestic violence enhancer. This enhancer suggests that the alleged actions are connected to an argument or fight involving a family member. None the less the case could spell trouble in Denver despite more evidence to come however it is worth to note that Jeudy is being held on no bond for this misdemeanor offense and may stay in custody until an eventual hearing.
Under Colorado's Title 18, a person can commit the crime of second degree criminal tampering if they "tampers with property of another with intent to cause injury, inconvenience, or annoyance to that person or to another or if he knowingly makes an unauthorized connection with property of a utility." So this leads most to believe that this wont be much of a problem for the Broncos or Jeudy's availability this fall because it may not have been physical but some sort of phycological violence. It truly is too early to tell with the small amount of evidence in this case. When public informant officer John Bartmann for Arapahoe County was interviewed by a Fox news reporter in Denver on Thursday he was quoted as saying; "He's (Jeudy) not going to get any preferential treatment," Bartmann went on to say "Back to the line." in reference to if this case would be quick regarding the star status of the wide receiver. Both the NFL and Denver Broncos are in the process of discovering more details at this time and more is definitely to come from this story.
This is a developing story