Posted November 28, 2012 on
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Former NFL tight end Jerramy Stevens has been arrested for a parole violation in Florida.
According to booking records, Stevens was arrested in Hillsborough County, Fla., on Wednesday morning.
Two weeks ago, Stevens was arrested in the Seattle suburb of Kirkland, Wash., for investigation of assault following what police said was an argument with U.S. women's soccer team goalkeeper Hope Solo. A Kirkland Municipal Court judge released Stevens after a court appearance, saying there was no evidence connecting Stevens to any assault. Stevens and Solo were married that night.
Solo said Tuesday in Portland, Ore., that she and Stevens are happy.
Stevens was arrested in 2010 while playing for Tampa Bay. He was pulled over and arrested the night before a game for possession of marijuana. He was almost immediately released by the Buccaneers.
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Jerramy Stevens was arrested on Wednesday in Florida for violation of his probation, Larry Brown Sports has confirmed. A rep at the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office told LBS that the Florida Department of Corrections issued a warrant for Stevens’ arrest for violation of his probation. They would not say (and they may not have known) what Stevens did to violate the terms of...
Jerramy Stevens has had a pretty eventful couple of weeks.
The former NFL tight end was arrested earlier this month for a domestic dispute involving his now wife Hope Solo. Stevens was not charged and he and Solo tied the knot just days after the incident.
On Wednesday, Stevens was arrested in Florida for an investigation of a violation of his probation that was a result of a drug...
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Jerramy Stevens, the former NFL tight end who recently married US soccer star Hope Solo, was arrested in Florida on Wednesday for a parole violation, according to Seattle news outlet King5.
Stevens, 33, was arrested for possession of cannabis, according to booking information obtained on the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office website.
Stevens and Solo have been in the news...
Seems like a rough honeymoon for soccer star Hope Solo and her new husband, former NFL player Jerramy Stevens. Stevens was arrested Wednesday for possibly violating the terms of his probation. Stevens is on probation for a 2010 drug possession charge. Hope released a statement about her marriage and the November 13th arrest of Stevens [...]
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Former NFL tight end Jerramy Stevens is out of jail, one day after he was picked up in Florida on a probation violation this week. Stevens, who played for the Seattle Seahawks and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and recently married soccer star Hope Solo, was released Thursday on his own recognizance by a judge in Hillsborough County, Fla., the Tampa Bay Times reported. The Wednesday...
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