Former Baltimore Ravens working back again Alex Collins was arrested Friday on gun and drug fees following a car or truck crash, reportedly telling law enforcement he had additional weapons and narcotics at property.
Baltimore County Law enforcement responded to a 911 call just just before 7 a.m. from someone who described looking at a black Corvette crash into a tree in the 10000 block of Dolfield Street.
Officers uncovered 24-calendar year-old Alex Collins asleep powering the wheel.
In accordance to a push release, Collins instructed officers that he was leaving the Towson location with a friend when he dropped control of the car or truck mainly because of snow on the roadway. He allegedly explained he slid off the pavement and crashed into a tree all around 4:30.
Collins explained he fell asleep although ready for the tow truck to appear. The passenger, who has been recognized as 28-calendar year-old Tykheem Jaquon Deundrea Dunaway, determined to wander property.
All through the investigation, officers described smelling cannabis in the auto. A search turned up a glass jar on the passenger facet made up of five ounces of what appeared to be pot. Law enforcement explained a handgun was recovered from the driver-facet floorboard.
Law enforcement said Collins volunteered that he had additional firearms and medicine at his property. Officers received a search warrant and uncovered two additional rifles, ammunition and a little quantity of cannabis there, they described.
Collins and Dunaway gave conflicting stories around who owned the drugs both adult males have been arrested and billed with managed unsafe material possession with intent to distribute, and possession of cannabis in extra of 10 grams.
Collins was also billed with obtaining a handgun in a auto. He was unveiled early Saturday on a $7,500 bond.
Dunaway was unveiled following submitting a $5,000 bond.
The Ravens announced on Twitter instantly following studies of Collins’ arrest that they’d waived his deal.
Collins just finished his next season with the Ravens, with 516 full yards and 8 touchdowns.