After being arrested in South Florida for the second straight offseason, Jets WR Robby Anderson is in serious trouble.
Anderson, 24, is facing a total of nine charges after being arrested in Sunrise, Fla., on Friday, according to the Broward County Sheriff’s website.
Here is a breakdown of the charges, two of which are felonies:
- Felony threatening a public servant or family member
- Felony fleeing and eluding police with lights and sirens active
- Misdemeanor resisting arrest without violence
- Misdemeanor reckless driving
- Failure to drive in a single lane
- Disobeying/avoiding a red light
- Disobeying/avoiding a red light (second count)
- Speed limit third violation (exceeding limit by 50 mph or more)
- Turning when unsafe/without signaling
Anderson was arrested at 2:15 a.m. by officer Jonathan B. Hennessy. According to a police report obtained by NJ.com, Anderson was driving 105 mph in a 45 mph zone for roughly three-quarters of a mile.
After eluding officers, Anderson did not settle down once arrested. The report claims he used vulgar language and, while in the back of the patrol car, threatened to sexually assault the officer’s wife.
“He continued to make verbal threats towards my family,” Hennessy wrote in the report.