After doing some internal review, just realized that last month, the arrests of the San Francisco 49ers,Washington Redskins, Arizona Cardinals, and Seattle Seahawks were inadvertently left off during the month of April. We apologize for the error. Let’s review.
Seattle Seahawks QB Trevone Boykin
-Violation of Probation
From the last arrest where Mr. Boykin was a passenger in a car that hit a bar, his reputation he continues to mar. I saw this one coming from afar, he violated his probation- so he was arrested on a warrant.
This is a separate crime. One point for the violation which is one point total for the Seattle Seahawks.
Early Saturday morning April 1, Mr. Bundy was arrested by Scottsdale police after an incident at International Nightclub originating from his lost hat. He was involved in a scuffle and the officers asked him several times to calm down, after he did not, Mr. Bundy was arrested for disorderly conduct and failure to obey a police officer. He was booked and later released. The Cardinals are aware of the arrest and deferring to the NFL for the personal conduct policy. No word on if he recovered his hat. 1 point each for the misdemeanors, 2 points total for the cardinals.
On Friday night, April 7, Mr. Galette was arrested in Mississippi after he allegedly got into a fight outside a concert at MGM Park. Once police arrived, he ran after being told to stop, and was also tasered in the process. He was booked and released on disorderly conduct and failure to comply with police officer. The skins are aware of the arrest and have no further comment. 1 point a piece for the charges and taser bonus. 3 points for the Washington Redskins.
Now Former San Francisco 49ers CB Tramaine Brock
-Suspicion of Domestic Violence (Felony)
On Thursday April 6th, in the evening, Mr. Brock was arrested after authorities responded to a domestic violence call. The female victim, who he was in a relationship with, was found at the scene to have visible injuries. He was booked and later released on Friday morning, also the 49ers released Mr. Brock that afternoon as well. Now I have looked at several sources, can’t seem to find one that says definitively he was charged, the investigation is still on going. I have reached out to Santa Clara PD on twitter to confirm, but have not heard anything. So for now, 1 arrest point, and 1 bonus point for the boot within the 24 hour time frame. Although he has been released, if he does get charged, it will be as a 49er since he was on the roster at the time of the alleged incident.
Yes, this is being treated differently than the Greene indictment, but only because the legal process (arrest) began with him being a 49er and it was during the off-season.
We have been searching through news outlets (not FAKE NEWS) for updates that states he was charged, if he is, then the points will go through.
http://www.scscourt.org/court_divisions/criminal/index_search.asp I can’t find his case on the Santa Clara County Criminal Index, but not sure how often they update it.
Jets remain in 1st place with 21 points. The Colts are 2nd place with 16 points. The Ravens are in 3rd place with 12 points. The Seahawks jump to 4th place with 6 points. Da Bears are in 5th place with 5 points. The Panthers are in 6th place with 3 points, have the arrest tier tiebreaker over the Packers and Redskins who are both in 8th place. In 9th place are the Chargers with 2 points, holding the tiebreaker over the Cardinals and 49ers, who are tied for 11th place. The Chiefs are in 12th place with also 2 points, as they are behind on the other tiebreaker ( less # of arrests). Lastly, rounding out the board in 13h place with 1 point is the Rams.
Hope you all may forgive this transgression. Take care everyone, please be sure to get your latest fantasy crime news right here!
After the one week run off, the 49ers have been crowned the Fantasy Crime League champions once again in 2016. San Francisco 49ers are in 1st place with 20 points, the Los Angeles Rams finish in 2nd with 11 points, the Atlanta Falcons are in 3rd place with 8 points. The Indianapolis Colts are in 4th place with 7 points. The Denver Broncos are in 5th place with 6 points. The Philadelphia Eagles are in 6th place with 5 points. The Seattle Seahawks and Jacksonville Jaguars are tied for 8th place with 4 points. The Baltimore Ravens, New Orleans Saints, and Buffalo Bills finish tied for 11th place with 3 points. Carolina Panthers are in 12th place with 2 points and the Houston Texans are in 13th place with 1 point.
Looking at the NFL as a whole, arrests are down 33% (24 last year).Also crime points are down 35% (119 last year). Arrests were split 50/50 between the NFC and AFC. Only 1 division did not have any arrests and that is the NFC North. The NFC West dominated with 1st/2nd place and 3/4 teams getting points. Well we hope you had fun tracking the crime activity with us this off-season.
Everybody can now enjoy the players on field achievements. We look forward to the next off-season, we will see you right back here- immediately following Super Bowl LI. Take care.
-Assault with a deadly weapon, not a firearm (weapon alleged is a cane) (Felony) section 245- 4- c
-2 counts of assault with force likely to cause great bodily injury – (Felony) section 245-a 4
-Inflicting injury on an elder or dependent adult likely to cause great bodily injury –( Felony)
-Battery with serious bodily injury – (felony) section 243 – d
-2 counts of criminal threats ( felony)
-Battery – (misdemeanor) section 243- a
Well folks, this is probably the arrest of the off-season and more details/charges have arisen since the initial story broke out on this one. Early Monday morning 9/5- Mr. Miller was trying to enter a hotel room that was not his, which was being stayed in by an elderly couple. After the couple’s son staying next door, told Mr. Miller he had the wrong room, Mr. Miller allegedly attacked the son and the father came to his aid. Reportedly a cane was used in the melee which sent both the father and son to the hospital. Mr. Miller was released by the 49ers after the arrest. Using an elderly man’s own cane against him as a weapon is pretty twisted.
Previous to this incident, Mr. Miller was seen at a sandwich shop getting into an altercation because he wanted their brisket sandwich. It must have been a good sandwich.
Now for the points breakdown. The capping rules are stated as follows.
Felonies: 1st felony gets full points. 2nd felony gets half of the points tier and each additional felony charge of a similar nature results in 1 point. (Note for heinous crimes like rape and murder, the capping system will be lifted)
Misdemeanor: 1st misdemeanor gets full points and each additional misdemeanor charge of a similar nature gets 1 point.
Criminal threats and assaults are going to be considered to be similar, all felonies too.
4 (full) points for assault with deadly weapon, 2 ( half ) for first criminal threats, 1 for the other criminal threat and 1 point each for assault with force likely to cause great injury. (9)
The Batteries are obviously similar, but I am keeping the son and old man charges separate, because he did beat up 2 people.
Elder abuse felony- (full) 4 points, 1 felony count of battery with serious bodily injury (half) 2 points. the son assault- 3 points for the misdemeanor. 1 bonus point for the send off and 1 additional bonus point for the last (presumed) arrest.
4+2+1+1+1 +4 +2+3 +1+1 = 20 points for the Santa Clara 49ers.
I did check and I gave the 49ers 2 bonus points at the end of the season last year for the final arrest with Ahmad Brooks.