Sport Felony charge from Robby Anderson's 2017 arrest dropped

21:15  16 may  2018
21:15  16 may  2018 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Andy Slater, a Florida based radio host, reports felony charges against Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson have been dropped . Anderson is also awaiting a trial on charges from a 2017 arrest in Florida.

Jets receiver Robby Anderson faces a long list of charges arising from a January arrest . The most serious of the charges has now gone away. 22 responses to “Report: Felony charge against Robby Anderson dropped ”.

Robby Anderson won't be prosecuted on the felony charge of resisting arrest with violence stemming from his 2017 arrest, his lawyer told NFL Network.

The Jets receiver was charged with the felony in May after he was accused of pushing a police officer at a concert after he was asked to leave. He was told to sit on the ground, but continued to fight and be combative with security.

a person wearing a helmet: Robby Anderson © (Getty Images) Robby Anderson

Anderson also was charged with one count of obstruction of justice from the incident.

While that felony may be dropped, Anderson still is facing charges from a January arrest where he was accused of resisting arrest and threatening a public servant’s family. The charge of threatening the family was dropped in April, but he's still on the hook for resisting arrest.

There was a warrant out for Anderson's arrest in April after he didn't appear for a court date, but the warrant was retracted when it was discovered the date of the court appearance was wrong.

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