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According to SeattlePI.com, Seahawks guard John Moffitt missed Wednesday’s organized team activity because of a court hearing he had to attend for charges of trespassing and obstruction of justice.
According to police, Moffitt had been banned from Bellevue Square mall — and all Kemper Freeman properties — for a year starting on Jan. 21, 2012. But Moffitt returned to the mall on June 14, and was spotted by Bellevue Square security allegedly urinating near a vehicle parked near Paddy Coyne’s bar, according to an incident report.
Security called police, and officers looked for Moffitt near the Washington Square condos, where he was known to often hang out, according to the report. Police found two “very large males” running along the street, and one officer yelled for Moffitt to stop, the report states. Moffitt allegedly looked directly at one of the pursuing officers, then ran into the building.
A week later, police showed photos of Moffitt to the Bellevue Square security officer ...
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Seahawks offensive lineman John Moffitt missed Organized Team Activities Wednesday due to a court appearance on charges related to a public urination accusation.
Seattle Seahawks offensive guard John Moffitt may need a lesson on what the word “banned” means. According to Seattle PI, the 32-pound offensive guard was banned from Bellevue Square mall — and all properties owned by the same company — for one year starting on Jan. 21, 2012 because of unspecified incidents he was involved with. [...]
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