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TMZ has obtained the 'arrest video' of Adrian Peterson's run in with the law at a Houston nightclub. Don't look away, it's quick, and it shows Peterson briefly as the cops hold him. I was hoping for something better than that, but according to reports, there's surveillance video and perhaps other people's bad cell phone camera work as well.
This video is from a woman who recorded it with her phone. See her great camera work below:
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Reports are coming in from everywhere that Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was arrested in Houston, Texas, early Saturday morning on a misdemeanor charge of resisting arrest. Peterson was released from jail later on Saturday on a $1,000 bond.
Peterson and his group were at a downtown Houston night club at closing time when he was asked to leave by a club bouncer who...
Bad news today for Minnesota Vikings fans and potentially for fantasy football owners as profootballtalk.com reported today that star running back Adrian Peterson was arrested in Houston, Texas last night for reportedly resisting arrest.
At this point it is unclear why he was involved with the police at all or had a reason to resist.
This is not the kind of news that fans of the...
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...
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was arrested early
Saturday morning and charged with resisting arrest in his offseason
hometown of Houston.
According to Jerome Soloman of the Houston Chronicle, Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was arrested by Houston police for resisting arrest on Friday night. His bond was set at $1,000.
Once we get more details on what exactly went down, we’ll update this post.
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Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was arrested early Saturday morning in Houston.
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was arrested early Saturday morning after allegedly pushing an off-duty police officer working security at a Houston club and needed to be restrained by three officers before being charged with misdemeanor resisting arrest