Reports: Kellen Winslow II arrested on burglary charges

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Former Pro Bowl tight end Kellen Winslow II was arrested in Encinitas, Calif. on Thursday following a call to police regarding a residential burglary, according to KUSI News.

Police were called Thursday afternoon regarding a possible burglary as a neighbor in a mobile home park saw a black male he didn’t recognize enter a home. After the person confronted the unknown individual, the man alleged got back into his black SUV and drove away. Police later stopped a vehicle with the driver, Winslow, being identified as the person that had entered the home.

He was arrested and booked into Vista Detention Facility on a felony charge of first-degree burglary, per NBC San Diego.

Winslow, the son of former San Diego Chargers Hall of Fame tight end Kellen Winslow, played 10 seasons in the NFL with the Cleveland Browns, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Seattle Seahawks, New England Patriots and New York Jets. The former sixth overall pick in the 2004 NFL Draft was named to the Pro Bowl in 2007 with the Browns.

26 responses to “Reports: Kellen Winslow II arrested on burglary charges

  1. A 1/2 million dollar trailer.

    “Sold: 3 bed, 2 bath, 1529 sq. ft. mobile/manufactured home located at 444 N El Camino Real #101, Encinitas, CA 92024 sold for $525000 on Apr 27, 2018.”

  2. but I thought he was a “Warrior”…..but really just a thief. his dad must be very ashamed of that clown

  3. The way people ruin their own lives boggles my mind. Karma and consequences are always there. Sad really when you see what they threw everything away for.

  4. He’s always been a bum…….

    I’m not surprised.

    Why didn’t he try to get away on a crashed motorcycle?….

  5. Wait, why the heck is he pictured in a Patriots uniform? He played in one game for them, catching one pass. He played an entire season (well, 12 games) for the Jets a year later, and most of his career was with Browns and Bucs! Is this like when many media outlets used to refer to the Patriots signing Donte Stallworth after his DUI resulted in man’s death, and they’d get crushed for signing him despite that, even though he played for the Browns at the time, signed with the Ravens after that, and with Washington afterwards. Very odd.

  6. I bet he beats the wrap. Slippery as a gardeners snake in a Boston Market parking lot.

    Come on and let it slide.

  7. He will be found not guilty due to the fact he was “bullied” in his previous occupation as an NFL player and that caused his PTSD. Linebackers, tackles, and defensive backs picked on him and physically abused him on the field.
    He made a minimum of $4 1/2 million bucks in the NFL (vets minimum times ten years). That is more than 99% of PFT commenters will make in their lifetimes.

  8. stimdtns says:
    June 8, 2018 at 8:09 am
    Wait, why the heck is he pictured in a Patriots uniform?
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    I thought the very same thing. It’s like showing a picture of the Eagles in prayer before a game with an article about kneeling during the National Anthem.

  9. I just read the actual article. He was in the trailer park residence and was confronted in the neighborhood because he didn’t look like a familiar person who lived in the area. They arrested him for being in an area that he doesn’t live. This is not a charge of B&E. That means, if I’m just walking down the street in an area in which I do not live in, I can be arrested? I’ve never even heard of ”residential burglary” until now.

  10. BayAreaBrownsBacker says:
    June 8, 2018 at 7:49 pm
    I just read the actual article. He was in the trailer park residence and was confronted in the neighborhood because he didn’t look like a familiar person who lived in the area. They arrested him for being in an area that he doesn’t live. This is not a charge of B&E. That means, if I’m just walking down the street in an area in which I do not live in, I can be arrested? I’ve never even heard of ”residential burglary” until now.
    ===============
    Then, you missed the part where he went into someone else’s trailer without permission. He wasn’t just walking around the neighborhood.

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