GREENFIELD, Ind. (AP) — A prosecutor says Tampa Bay tackle Jeremy Trueblood won't face charges after spending a night in jail following a disturbance at a central Indiana convenience store.
The 27-year-old Trueblood was arrested on a preliminary charge of public intoxication after a 911 caller reported trouble inside the Greenfield store Tuesday night.
Greenfield police Maj. Derek Towle (TOLL) says the arresting officer reported two men in a car had caused the disturbance.
Hancock County prosecutor Dean Dobbins said Wednesday that Trueblood, an Indianapolis native, had called his mother for a ride after he and two friends drank too much while golfing. Dobbins says Trueblood didn't leave the car until after the officer stopped it a few blocks away and threatened to shock him with a stun gun.