Eastern Illinois running back Bobby Pettis has yet to make his presence felt on the field, but that has never stopped an athlete from providing us with tremendous mug shot material. According to the Charleston Illinois Police Department’s Facebook page, Pettis was arrested early Friday morning after allegedly robbing a Jimmy John’s sandwich shop driver at knifepoint.
The driver reportedly said he was delivering a sandwich when a man approached him from behind and pressed what he believed to be a knife into his side, demanding that he hand over whatever cash he had on him. The 21-year-old running back, who sat out the 2012 season after transferring from a Divison-2 school, was placed in county jail pending a court appearance.
And as you can see, he left us with yet another tremendous mug shot. If not for Cleveland Browns defensive tackle Desmond Bryant’s epic mug shot, we would be able to give Pettis’ “where the hell am I?” look a lot more credit. Hopefully St. Louis Rams running back Terrance Ganaway takes notice — working in the Jimmy John’s kitchen may be safe, but life as a delivery driver can get hairy.