The Baltimore Ravens have added yet another arrest to their offseason tally sheet.
Cornerback Jimmy Smith, a first-round pick in 2011, was arrested for misdeamor disorderly conduct Saturday night at The Greene Turtle restaurant and bar in Towson, Md. Smith was cited for allegedly refusing to obey a lawful order from a police report, according to The Baltimore Sun.
Smith was in the restaurant's bathroom with a woman who was intoxicated. The woman was reportedly vomiting over a sink when police and medics arrived, after being called by the general manager who claimed the woman was unconscious. Authorities told Smith, who was assisting the woman at the time, to leave the area, according to the report, which is when he told police he wanted to stay.
A verbal confrontation ensued, which led to police putting Smith in handcuffs and taking him to the precint. He was released at 11:15 p.m.
This is the fifth arrest this offseason for the Ravens. Ravens vice president of public and community relations gave The Sun a statement on the matter.
"We're gathering information about this," Byrne said.
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