Police report alleges Robby Anderson threatened officer’s wife

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Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson was arrested on nine charges early Friday morning in Florida and a full police report from the Sunrise Police Department sheds light on the events leading to Anderson being taken into custody.

The arresting officer reports that he clocked Anderson going 105 mph in a 45 mph zone while running two red lights and swerving “all over the roadway.” That accounts for several of the charges against Anderson, including a felony count of eluding police with lights and sirens on.

Anderson also faces a felony count of threatening a public servant or family member. The police report, which was obtained by NJ.com, alleges Anderson told the arresting officer that he would find his wife “f— her and n– in her eye” along with other threats against the officer’s family. Anderson also allegedly told the officer how much money he has and said that the officer was trying to “ruin his fun.”

Anderson was also arrested last spring and that case is still pending. He could face discipline under the NFL Personal Conduct Policy in both cases.

37 responses to “Police report alleges Robby Anderson threatened officer’s wife

  1. hopefully they throw this guy in jail. The best part about this punk was when he scored a touchdown and begged to be invited to the pro bowl. Then chris spielman lit him up for being an idiot.

  2. What do you mean COULD face discipline from the NFL.But then again the NFL is the least of his problems.

  3. 2 suspension, reduced to 1. If only he got caught with deflated footballs in his trunk…. Oh, and how dare that white cop profile him! Robby is Definitely taking a knee next year.

  4. waynefontesismyfather says:
    January 19, 2018 at 3:17 pm
    The Browns will trade for this guy during the off-season.
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    No, The Browns would not take a player like this. Now the Bengals have a record of this.

  5. I’m actually kind of surprised….the showboating/soliciting Pro Bowl votes after scoring a TD aside(which I wrote off as typical Millennial behavior) he has seemed like a nice kid….hope he learns his lesson and doesn’t become Sheldon Richardson 2.0

  6. I smell a big contract coming his way.
    Not!

    Let me ask you this – you are a UDFA, you are playing very well.
    How do you parlay your performance into a big payday?

    1) Being stupid and getting arrested

    2) Acting smart and producing

    #2 wins out

  7. He sounds like a fine, young man–NOT. What’s this guy going to do when he’s out of the NFL? I have a few ideas but making a comment would get this post deleted.

  8. I had a guy try and kill another guy but he missed and killed a little girl. The street ytells us who did what. No jail or even an arrest. So I wrote my monthly quotas of parking (yes, quotas are not a myth and movers (tickets while driving) to this guy every day, for 6 months. He neglected to pay them at one point and he lost his ride. He was then killed walking somewhere by a known serial (drug) hit man. Karma.

    But, I was so tired of threats and BS, I actually told him my address in the city. Exact apt, everything. I wanted him to come through my door so I could end him once and for all. He wouldn’t have gotten past either of my dogs, so it would have been easy.

    I never took any of his verbal threats personally. That is a mistake many cops make. It’s the uniform, not you. In this case, I was young and I just wanted justice for the girl because it ate me alive for almost a year. Still a part of me. I just hated he breathed our air and this poor girl was wiped off the face of the earth.

    In retrospect, I know it sounds really crazy but there comes a point where you just need to do what you need to do.

    Anderson is not long for the NFL. He’s looking at some jail time and people like that never change. They try or pretend but once a perp usually means always a perp.

  9. His behavior does not help the player’s movement for criminal justice reform. When the protesting players start admonishing such behavior there will be more respect for their movement.

  10. @backintheday99……… Quotas are not real, and also they are illegal. Not sure if your even a real law enforcement person. With a comment such as that i doubt it seriously.

    Maryland state trooper F barracks.

  11. Robby Anderson’s mental state and mental acumen has always been in question. It’s dated back to his high school days at south plantation high school in Florida and in college and it’s why he went undrafted, it is not an excuse but from one human being to another I hope he can get it together. A lot of former teammates have come out and said his recent behavior is pretty shocking because he’s always seemed to be a good kid and that he should go to Bowles for guidance. He has the opportunity to go down as a perennial pro bowl wide receiver but right now he’s heading down the path of Titus Young. His story is tremendous and for him to be ruining it like this is disappointing to say the least.

  12. ryann252013 says:
    January 19, 2018 at 9:21 pm

    Robby Anderson’s mental state and mental acumen has always been in question. It’s dated back to his high school days at south plantation high school in Florida and in college and it’s why he went undrafted, it is not an excuse but from one human being to another I hope he can get it together.

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    I hope he does NOT get it together. Anyone who acts like this deserves to lose his livelihood and wander the streets for a living.

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