Fbefore NFL difficult end Orson Charles was arrested after allegedly pointing a gun at two police officers on duty and threatening to shoot them over a parking space dispute. Tampa Police Department.
Charles, 31, was charged with assault with a deadly weapon and aggravated concealed possession of a firearm, two felonies in Florida.
The incident took place on Friday at Ybor City around midnight when Charles missed a parking space for another car.
Charles got out of the car with a pistol in his hand and approached another car.
After two law enforcement officers showed Charles their badge, the former NFL the tight end allegedly started shouting obscenities at them while continuing to threaten them with a gun.
Orson Charles’ weak NFL career
It is reported that two officers left to defuse the situation, and a non-working Hillsborough County the deputy tracked down Charles until the police eventually arrested him.
Charles last played in the NFL in 2019 for Denver Broncoshis seventh team since joining the league in 2012.
During his NFL career, he recorded just 14 catches for 185 receiving yards and zero touchdowns.
Charles was called Cincinnati Bengals in the fourth round 2012 NFL Draft and played all 16 games of his rookie season.