Jerramy Stevens arrested for violating probation
Jerramy Stevens was arrested on Wednesday in Florida for violation of his probation, Larry Brown Sports has confirmed.
A rep at the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office told LBS that the Florida Department of Corrections issued a warrant for Stevens’ arrest for violation of his probation. LBS was informed that Stevens’ arrest by the Kirkland Police Department on Nov. 12 for an alleged fourth-degree domestic violence assault is what violated the terms of his probation.
Stevens is on probation until October 2013 for an Oct. 2010 marijuana possession charge, and we are told he was arrested by his probation officer.
The arrest occurred around 10:00 am per the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s website and Stevens was booked just over an hour later.
The former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Seattle Seahawks tight end was in court on Nov. 13 to fight the alleged domestic violence charge the day of his wedding. He is married to soccer player Hope Solo, who denied being hit.
News of Stevens’ latest arrest was first passed along by Pro Football Talk.