Ex-NFLer Damon Arnette indicted in Vegas hotel valet gun case

LAS VEGAS — Former NFL cornerback Damon Arnette has actually been prosecuted in Nevada on felony charges declaring that he displayed a pistol throughout an argument with Las Vegas Strip gambling establishment valets in January 2022.

The 2020 first-round draft choice of the Las Vegas Raiders is due for arraignment May 24 in state court in Las Vegas on attack with a weapon and hid gun charges. That might cause jail time if he is founded guilty of showing a .45-caliber pistol and threatening a guy outside the Park MGM hotel, court records revealed Tuesday.

Ross Goodman, the Las Vegas lawyer representing Arnette, did not instantly react to telephone and e-mail messages about the indictment, which was submitted May 12 in Clark County District Court.

Prosecutors in 2015 dropped drug and weapon charges versus Arnette, pointing out an absence of adequate proof in the event. But Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson informed the Las Vegas Review-Journal the case may be provided to a grand jury if detectives offered extra info. Arnette resides in Boynton Beach, Florida.

Arnette, now 26, played an overall of 13 video games for the Raiders prior to he was visited the group in November 2021 after social networks video appeared to reveal him threatening somebody’s life while displaying several weapons. He was not charged with a criminal offense at that time.

His arrest 2 months in the future suspicion of weapons and drug offenses after the run-in on the Strip triggered his release by the Kansas City Chiefs, who had actually signed him to a reserve agreement.

Arnette played college football at Ohio State and was the 2nd draft choice by the Raiders in 2020.

The Associated Press added to this report.

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