Marshon Lattimore arrested on suspicion of receiving stolen property

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Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore was arrested late Thursday night in Cleveland.

Adam Ferrise of Cleveland.com reports that Lattimore was booked into the Cuyahoga County Jail on a charge of receiving stolen property. Formal charges have not been filed at this time.

Records from the jail show that police gang investigators arrested Lattimore around 10:30 p.m. ET on Thursday. Other details regarding what led to the arrest are not known at this time.

Lattimore grew up in Cleveland and attended Ohio State before being picked by the Saints in the first round of the 2017 draft. He is heading into the final year of his contract with the team.

11 responses to “Marshon Lattimore arrested on suspicion of receiving stolen property

  1. Gang investigators arrested him. This doesn’t sound like a normal run of the mill receiving stolen property situation.

  2. Honestly didn’t know you could be arrested for receiving stolen goods. What if you don’t know the items were stolen?

    My favorite aunt was a kleptomanic and Christmas time was amazing lol (no one knew at the time).

  3. TG1 says:
    March 26, 2021 at 10:52 am
    Honestly didn’t know you could be arrested for receiving stolen goods. What if you don’t know the items were stolen?

    My favorite aunt was a kleptomanic and Christmas time was amazing lol (no one knew at the time).

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    There’s a big difference between getting presents from someone and having no clue it was stolen and actually receiving and knowingly taking possession of stolen property.

  4. itsamadmadmadmadworld says:
    March 26, 2021 at 10:46 am
    Gang investigators arrested him. This doesn’t sound like a normal run of the mill receiving stolen property situation.

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    Yep. Also, suspicion means it’s the tip of a larger iceberg.

    All hail Justin Heron of the Pats.

    Down with Watson and Lattimore.

  5. This doesn’t sound good for Lattimore, but now I just want to meet TG1’s aunt. . . .

  6. Ruh Rooh this doesnt look good, but since he’s semi-well known he will skate out of this with nothing happening to him and back to the field.

  7. If you’re getting arrested, then usually the Theif was arrested and snitched you out and told the police that you knew it was stolen or had them steal it.

    TG1 says:
    March 26, 2021 at 10:52 am
    Honestly didn’t know you could be arrested for receiving stolen goods. What if you don’t know the items were stolen?

    My favorite aunt was a kleptomanic and Christmas time was amazing lol (no one knew at the time).

  8. C. M. says:
    March 26, 2021 at 12:10 pm
    If you’re getting arrested, then usually the Theif was arrested and snitched you out and told the police that you knew it was stolen or had them steal it.

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    Gang Units are Investigative Units. Thus either comprised of detectives and/or cops trying to get promoted to detective. Which means they are working CASES, not grabbing thieves (Patrol does that) interviewing and going out hunting.

    You need C.I’s (confidential informants) to build cases. Yes, they are mostly (not all) formally arrested. But it is almost always a drug charge, since they have been draconian for years. You need to steal 50 cars to get past Rikers in NYC. You need to get arrested about 25 times for drugs to go ‘upstate’. And YES, cops DO rely on C.I.’s for cases and word on the street for everything else.

    PS: You can be arrested for many things. Being convicted is a whole different deal. If a ‘reasonable’ person (as in a Jury or an ADA)realizes you didn’t know, then charges won’t proceed (DA) or you win at trial (Jury). If someone sells you a 2018 Rolls Royce for $1000, then tag, you’re it. If they sell it to you for 85K, then it’s safe to say the forged documents were good and you are the 2nd victim.

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