Lions LB Bates arrested, facing three charges


The sarge was treated and released at a hospital; Bates remained Saturday afternoon at Elmhurst Hospital, where he was undergoing a psych evaluation, sources said.

A former University of ME football star from Westbrook who now plays for the NFL's Detroit Lions was arrested early Saturday morning in New York, according to a report in the New York Post.

Bates reportedly punched the officer in the head, over his eye. Bates, however, allegedly "refused to be printed and became increasingly agitated", punching O'Brien after the sergeant "attempted to calm" him.

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The 25-year-old ME product was drafted in 2016 by the Indianapolis Colts and has already made stops with New England and NY before landing with the Lions in 2018.

Authorities said the officer received three stitches and suffered a concussion.

'We have not spoken to Trevor as of yet and are still in the process of gathering more information.

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Charges are pending against Detroit Lions reserve linebacker Trevor Bates, 25, in connection with the incident at a police station house in Queens. If convicted, he could face probation or up to seven years in prison.

He was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in 2016 and was part of the practice squad with the New England Patriots and New York Giants, according to his football stats.

The Maine product recorded three tackles in 2018, appearing in nine games.

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