Super Bowl winner Richard Sherman faces multiple charges, arrest and imprisonment for domestic violence: NFL: Sports World News

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GLENDAL, AZ – DECEMBER 7: San Francisco 49ers’ Cornerback Richard Sherman warms up before facing the Buffalo Bills at State Farm Stadium on December 07, 2020 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo: Ralph Freso/Getty Images)

Five times Cornbuck Pro Bowl Richard Sherman He faces multiple charges, including one on suspicion of domestic violence, after the former Super Bowl champion was arrested at his father-in-law’s home in Redmond, Washington, early Wednesday morning.

Redmond Police Chief Daryl Lowe told reporters at a news conference on Wednesday that Sherman also faces suspicions of resisting arrest and malicious harm related to the incident.

According to Washington State Patrol Captain Ron Mead, he also faces a potential misdemeanor DUI and hit-and-run charges related to a separate incident.

Sherman sustained minor injuries during his arrest

The Washington State Patrol received a 911 call from a construction worker at approximately 1:26 a.m. PT about a potential disabled driver driving his SUV into a closed construction area. Police responded quickly and found the car, which had suffered “significant” damage from the driver’s side, after coming into contact with a barrier in a nearby parking lot. After running the plates on the car, the police determined it was registered to Sherman.

Another 911 call was made for Sherman minutes later, and it was Redmond Police who responded. At about 1:49 a.m. PT, a resident of the house told 911 that Sherman was trying to force entry into their residence. Sherman was quickly arrested by police authorities, who sustained minor injuries to his lower leg and ankle and was treated at a local hospital due to a call from a police dog.

The free agent’s corner was booked at 6:08 a.m. PT Wednesday at the King County Correctional Facility in Seattle. Although records show that Sherman Bail was denied, a spokesperson for the Redmond Police Department said this is a standard procedure for suspects of domestic violence until they can appear before a judge.

In Sherman’s case, the hearing will not take place until Thursday noon. The judge will then determine whether there is probable cause for Sherman’s arrest and set the terms of the bail.

According to Lowe, the domestic violence charge Sherman faces, which is a criminal offense, is because of his relationship with the occupants and “not because he physically assaulted a significant other.” On the other hand, the charge of malicious mischief relates to the damage he allegedly caused to the front door of his in-laws.

Sherman’s wife, Ashley Moss, made it clear that the former Seattle Seahawk never hurt anyone, saying Seattle Times that “no one was hurt” and “the children were not harmed in the accident”.

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Sherman threatened to kill, according to his wife’s 911 call

at call 911 moose who – which Radio Kero She said Sherman was “threatening to kill” and texted people saying he was going to hang himself. Moss also stated on the 911 call that Sherman “was aggressive” with her uncle after drinking “two bottles” of strong alcohol.

Sherman’s arrest was a complete shocker, given his standing in the NFL. He is currently the Vice Chair of the Executive Committee of the NFL Players Association. The 33-year-old is a free agent at the moment after completing his third season with the San Francisco 49ers in 2020. It will be interesting to see how this case affects Sherman’s free agency and his future in the NFL.

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