Ravens players are having a hard time staying out of the police blotter this offseason.
This time it's rookie running back Lorenzo Taliaferro, selected in the fourth round, that was arrested over the weekend. He is being charged with destruction of property and public drunkenness, according to The Baltimore Sun.
Allegedly, Taliaferro broke a window of a taxi he was riding in. Taliaferro apparently left the area he was at before police located him.
Taliaferro is the fourth Ravens played to be arrested, with running back Ray Rice (aggravated assault), receiver Deonte Thompson (marijuana charges that were later dismissed) and offensive lineman Jah Reid (asault) being the others.
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