Redskins Lineman Arrested After Restaurant Disturbance
Saturday, October 13, 2007; 10:43 PM
Washington Redskins practice squad offensive lineman Kili Lefotu was arrested late Friday after a disturbance at a restaurant, police said.
Lefotu was apparently involved in a dispute with a patron, said Kraig Troxell, a spokesman for the Loudoun County sheriff's office. Troxell did not know the name of the restaurant.
Lefotu, 23, was charged with being drunk in public, destruction of property and simple assault, Troxell said. He was still being held Saturday night.
As a member of the practice squad, Lefotu would not have traveled with the team for Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers under any circumstances, said team spokesman Chris Helein.
"We are aware, but we are waiting to see details and get more information," said Helein.