Flies wide collector Robby Anderson was captured early Friday morning in Florida and is confronting nine charges, the Broward (Fla.) County Sherriff’s Office affirmed to the New York Daily News.
As per a police report acquired by ESPN’s Rich Cimini, an auto Anderson was driving was checked as 105 mph in a 45 mph zone, and he additionally ran different red lights. After he was pulled over, Anderson clearly undermined to sexually attack the officer’s significant other.
The capture occurred in Sunrise, Fla. what’s more, the nine charges he faces are: opposing an officer/impediment without brutality; damage to an open worker or family; escaping/evading while lights/siren dynamic; careless driving; inability to drive in a solitary path; two tallies of resisting/maintaining a strategic distance from a red light; speeding; and turning without a flag.
Anderson had a breakout sophomore season in 2017, posting group highs in getting yards (941) and accepting touchdowns (7). He was marked by New York as an undrafted free specialist out of Temple.
Anderson was likewise captured on a criminal accusation of opposing capture with viciousness and obstacle of police a year ago after a fight at a show in Miami. He is set to show up in court for a trial hearing in March.