Iowa RB De'Andre Johnson Arrested Twice In 3 Days

TEMPE AZ - DECEMBER 28: (L-R) De'Andre Johnson #30 Ricky Stanzi #12 Marvin McNutt #7 Adrian Clayborn #94 and Jeremiha Hunter #42 of the Iowa Hawkeyes prepare to take the field for the Insight Bowl against the Missouri Tigers at Sun Devil Stadium on December 28 2010 in Tempe Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Iowa's De'Andre Johnson became AIRBHG's latest victim over the weekend, being arrested twice in three days.

Police arrested Iowa's De'Andre Johnson late Thursday for suspicion of keeping a disorderly house. Not to be constrained in his creative take on being a scofflaw, Johnson was also arrested on Saturday — for, among other things, "eluding."

Johnson was pulled over for speeding on a motorcycle in Iowa City on Saturday night — doing 60 in a 25 mph zone, apparently — but did not immediately pull over for officers. Then, after being pulled over, he put the motorcycle in grass behind another vehicle, and told officers it belonged to a fictional "Jake," according to the complaint.

Eluding is a serious misdemeanor, punishable by up to a year in jail.

Johnson is yet another casualty of the Angry Iowa Running Back-Hating God, who has smote at least 760 Iowa running backs since 2006*.

*statistic not verified

For more on AIRBHG and the Hawkeyes, visit Black Heart Gold Pants and Big Ten blog Off Tackle Empire.

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