It’s the offseason and it’s been almost a month, so it’s about time for a Detroit Lion to get arrested again.
This time it’s Lions defensive end Ronnell Lewis, who was arrested on three misdemeanor complaints after an incident at a bar in Norman, Oklahoma, where Lewis played his college football for the Sooners.
According to ESPN.com, police booked Lewis at 1:30 a.m. Saturday on charges of disturbing the peace, public intoxication and interfering with official procedure. Few details have been released about the incident.
A fourth-round draft pick of the Lions last year, Lewis was mostly a special teams player as a rookie.
This is the second time this offseason that a Lion has been arrested: Detroit safety Amari Spievey was charged last month with third-degree assault, risk of injury to a child and disorderly conduct. In 2012, the Lions were getting arrested at a pace of about one a month in the offseason: Mikel Leshoure was caught with marijuana twice, Nick Fairley was caught with marijuana once and arrested for drunk driving once, Johnny Culbreath was caught with marijuana once and Aaron Berry was arrested once for drunk driving and once for brandishing a weapon during a traffic dispute.