Adam “Pacman” Jones, the oft-arrested Bengals cornerback, has paid a fine to resolve his latest incident.
According to the Associated Press, Jones paid $130 for the fine and court costs. He was cited for disorderly conduct for an altercation with the police officer after a car he was a passenger in was pulled over.
Cincinnati TV station WKRC has video of the incident and reports that Jones was angry because the police were arresting his wife for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. The TV station explained that it couldn’t play most of the video because it mostly consisted of Jones yelling obscenities at the police.
In the portion of the video the TV station did play, Jones asks three times whether the police officer who pulled his wife over has a warrant. Jones apparently doesn’t realize that the police don’t need a warrant to pull someone over for a traffic violation.
This was Jones’s second incident of the year. He has a court date next week for his previous arrest, on an assault charge over an altercation with a woman at a Cincinnati bar. All told, Jones has been arrested at least seven times since the start of his NFL career.