Three months after he was detained by police and forced to undergo a psychiatric evaluation, former Buffalo Bills offensive lineman Richie Incognito has been arrested by Scottsdale, Ariz., police for disorderly conduct and threats, as ProFootballTalk's Mike Florio reported Tuesday.
According to TMZ Sports, Incognito, 35, threatened staff members at a funeral home following the death of his father.
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Police say Incognito threatened to retrieve guns from his vehicle and shoot the employees.
No additional details were available.
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In May, Incognito reached back out to the Bills to express his interest in continuing his career and he was released from the Reserved/Retired List just two days prior to the incident in Florida that led to him being taken into custody. Incognito also joined an anti-bullying nonprofit organization this offseason. As of this posting, Incognito remains in custody. Both his vehicle and the weapons were impounded. The report described a paranoid Incognito, who believed ordinary people were government agents who were tracking and recording him.
Incognito announced on Twitter on Sunday that his father, Army Airborne Ranger Richard Dominick Dejasa, had passed away Saturday. That was presumably the reason he was at the funeral home on Tuesday, when he caused a disturbance. "I've been a bit off the reservation lately", Incognito wrote.
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