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Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was arrested in Houston late Friday night and charged with resisting arrest. He was arrested at 2:30 a.m. at Bayou Place, 534 Texas Ave.
According to HPD data, Peterson remains in the city jail waiting to post, or be released on $1,000 bond. The listed offense is “resisting arrest/search unclassified.”
No other details were immediately available.
Peterson, a native of Palestine in East Texas and former tailback for the University of Oklahoma, is recovering from a knee injury he suffered last Christmas Eve that required reconstructive surgery.
Weird, right? How can you get arrested for resisting arrest?
via The Chronicle
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The initial reports that surfaced yesterday in the Adrian Peterson arrest somewhat paint him as a victim of over-zealous police officers.
That may not be the case as...
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When news broke that Adrian Peterson was arrested early Saturday morning at a Houston nightclub for resisting arrest, much was still unclear as to what led to the incident. Thanks to Pro Football Talk, we had some of those pieces filled in, but there were still some holes to the story.
But now, per TMZ, we have the police’s side of what happened, and HPD alleges that Peterson is...
Police are claiming that Adrian Peterson shoved an off-duty officer which led to his arrest at a club in Houston after a night of partying.
Minnesota Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson was arrested on a charge of resisting arrest after an early morning incident where police say it took three officers to subdue him.
Houston Police Department spokesman Kese Smith said Peterson was at a downtown nightclub early Saturday morning when an off-duty Houston police officer working security asked Peterson and a group of...
According to TMZ.com, Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was very drunk according to the night club where he was arrested early Saturday morning.
The manager at Live at Bayou Place, Daniel Maher, told TMZ that Peterson comes to his club often, but never gets drunk the way he did last night.
Maher indicated that Peterson was “throwing his ego around and making people...
Thanks to Tom Pelissero of 1500 ESPN in Minneapolis, we have a copy of Adrian Peterson’s mug shot. What a pretty mug shot it is.
I can’t tell if Peterson looks drunk, since I myself rarely drink and don’t get drunk. But he does look happy.
Jerome Solomon tweeted this morning that Vikings stud running back Adrian Peterson was arrested in Houston last night, with bond set at $1,000:
Breaking news: Vikings RB Adrian Peterson arrested last night in Houston for resisting arrest by HPD. Bond set at $1,000. #hounews
— Jerome Solomon (@JeromeSolomon) July 7, 2012
Peterson is widely regarded as one of the more humble, well...
Peterson seen practicing more passive resistance
Adrian Peterson was arrested in the wee hours on Saturday at a club in Houston and charged with resisting arrest. Depending on who you believe before the video hits the Internet, he was either getting shove-y with an officer trying to clear out the club or Purple Jesus wanted to get some water, which a power tripping cop didn’t take...
TMZ has released the video of Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson’s arrest.
Peterson was arrested early Saturday morning in Houston for resisting arrest. The details so far have been fishy at best.
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was arrested early Saturday morning and charged with resisting arrest in his offseason hometown of Houston.Peterson, 27, was taken into custody around 2:30 a.m., according to the Houston Chronicle, which first reported the incident. He was in the Houston police department central jail until 10:30 a.m. CT and released...
HOUSTON -- Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was arrested and charged with resisting arrest early Saturday morning in Houston, according to Houston Police Department records.
He was held on a 1,000 bond and remained in jail as of early Saturday afternoon, according to the HPD Web site. No other information about the arrest was immediately available. A message left by...
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was arrested early
Saturday morning and charged with resisting arrest in his offseason
hometown of Houston.
Houston police anticipate a fine for Vikings running back Adrian Peterson stemming from his weekend arrest in Texas. A spokesman told NFL Network Peterson is very likely to be fined because he's facing a misdemeanor charge. Peterson, who hired Roger Clemens' attorney, Rusty Hardin, was arrested early Saturday at a Houston nightclub for resisting arrest. He spent the night...