Current Kansas City Chiefs linebacker and former Ohio State Buckeye Mike Vrablel was arrested for theft at an Indiana casino early Monday morning. NBC Sports broke the story earlier today.
Details of the arrest have not yet been released, although Vrabel has after posting a $600 bond five hours after being booked. The official charge is considered a “Class D felony” under Indiana law. A 30 second Google search conducted by me produced no answer to the question, “What does the ‘D’ in Class D Felony mean”, but I like to think the “D” stands for “dastardly”, and when booked, Vrabel was read his rights by a cop dressed up as Dastardly Dog.
Vrabel issued a statement shortly after his release, “It was an unfortunate misunderstanding, and I take full responsibility for the miscommunication. I feel comfortable that after talking with the appropriate parties, we will resolve this matter.”
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