CINCINNATI (AP) — Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones’ court case has been continued to May 16, when there will be a pretrial hearing.
Jones faces three misdemeanor charges, including assault, in Ohio’s Hamilton County. Municipal Court Judge Dwane Mallory on Monday set a new hearing date.
Cincinnati police say Jones pushed a hotel security employee and poked him in the eye in January, then kicked and head-butted as officers tried to put him into a police vehicle. Jones said after his release that he shouldn’t have been arrested and that the case didn’t make sense.
A felony charge of harassment with a bodily substance, for allegedly spitting at a jail nurse, was recently dismissed.
The veteran player with a history of off-the-field issues will be subject to NFL discipline.
This story has been corrected to show the judge’s first name is spelled Dwane, not Dwayne.
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