Buffalo Bills defensive lineman Adolphus Washington was arrested on a firearms charge last weekend outside an OH waterpark, according to a report from the Cincinnati Enquirer. Washington was released later Sunday night, the Enquirer reported.
Washington was sitting in his auto at the same time Sharonville Police was clearing out a crowd from the parking lot of the park around 10 p.m., according to the police report.
Washington is expected to replace 34-year-old defensive tackle Kyle Williams in the near future.More news: Microsoft to lay off 'thousands' in reorganization effort
Adolphus Washington, 24, was arrested Sunday outside of a waterpark in Sharonville, Ohio, around 10 p.m on a concealed weapon charge. The suspect did not inform officers beforehand.
The Buffalo Bills released a statement Monday night saying they're aware of the situation and have been in contact with Washington. "Since it is a pending legal matter, we will have no further comment".
Once in the hotel room, Washington told the officer he wanted a "short stay" at the hotel, authorities say.More news: 5th ODI live on TV, online
"It was a mistake", Washington said of the incident after the Bills drafted him.
This isn't Washington's first run-in with law enforcement.
It's his second arrest since 2015, when he was arrested for trying to solicit a prostitute at Ohio State. Washington pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor after paying an undercover officer $100 for sex.More news: Flight Attendant Smashes Wine Bottle on Unruly Passenger
Washington played football and basketball at Taft High School in Cincinnati. He had 12 tackles and 2.5 sacks as a rookie last season.