The details surrounding the latest arrest of new Baltimore Ravens linebacker Rolando McClain for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest have surfaced. The linebacker was arrested on Sunday, April 21 in his hometown of Decatur, Ala.
Police officers responded to a disturbance call after someone had spit on McClain's car. A large crowd had gathered by the time the police arrived and they ordered the crowd to disperse. As McClain was walking away he said, "F--- the police," prompting his arrest for disorderly conduct. After being informed of his arrest, McClain twice pulled his arms away from the arresting officers, leading to the addition of the resisting arrest charge.
The arrest is just the latest in a long-line of off-the-field incidents for the former Oakland Raiders first round pick. The incident on Sunday was the third time McClain has been arrested since December 2011, with all of the arrests occurring in Decatur, Ala. Baltimore signed McClain to a one-year, $700,00 contract with no guaranteed money on April 10.