HOLLYWOOD, Fla. — The City of Hollywood, Florida has issued an arrest warrant for former Patriots WR Antonio Brown, according to a release the department issued on Wednesday evening. Police have charged Brown with one count of burglary with battery, one count of burglary of an unoccupied conveyance, and one count of criminal mischief less than $1,000.
The charges stem from an alleged incident that occurred Tuesday afternoon in the area of 3600 Estate Oak Circle in Hollywood, Fla. Brown and his trainer, who police identified as Glenn Holt, were both charged with burglary and battery. Police arrested Holt on Tuesday, while they were unable to make contact with Brown.
According to TMZ, the charges stem from an altercation Brown and Holt had with the driver of a moving company truck that was there to deliver some of Brown’s belongings that he had stored in California. That driver alleges that Brown threw a rock at the truck, damaging the driver’s side door, and that Brown began hitting him after forcing his way into the truck. Those allegations stem from alleged court documents that TMZ claims they have obtained.
Read the full release from Hollywood Police here or below:
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