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Post Charles Rogers is in jail
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Friday, December 5, 2008

Charles Rogers is held in jail

PONTIAC -- Ex-Lions receiver Charles Rogers is being held in the Oakland County Jail on a $100,000 bond for a probation violation.

Rogers, 28, was arrested Sept. 12 in Novi following an incident involving him and a woman. He later was charged with assault and battery, pleaded no contest to a reduced charge of trespassing and was sentenced to probation and partial confinement.

Rogers was charged with violating probation by taking unauthorized leave from confinement and testing positive for narcotics.



LOSER!!

Plain & simple

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Post Dave Meggett - rapist??
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Ex-NFL player Meggett facing rape charge in SC
By MEG KINNARD – 9 hours ago

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Several months after he was charged with raping a South Carolina woman, former NFL running back David Meggett was in jail Wednesday on allegations of another sexual assault.

Meggett, 42, was arrested and charged with raping a 21-year-old woman in her North Charleston home, authorities said.

The woman told police she woke up at 1 a.m. Tuesday and found a man she knew as "Mike" sitting on her bed, according to an incident report. The man demanded that she repay $200 she owed him and raped her when she said she didn't have the money, police said.

Afterward, the man told her he was sorry and that she didn't have to repay him. The woman drove herself to the hospital, where Meggett later met her and was arrested, according to police records.

Meggett, who is listed as living in North Charleston, had been out on bond in connection with another sexual assault charge.

In September, he was charged with third-degree criminal sexual conduct after a 17-year-old North Charleston woman told authorities she was raped by a man she knew as "Michael," according to police records.

Both South Carolina arrests occurred while Meggett was serving out two years probation for a 2006 sexual battery charge in North Carolina. Authorities there allowed the Charleston native to serve his sentence in South Carolina and have been notified about both of Meggett's recent arrests, said Pete O'Boyle, spokesman for the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services.

North Carolina probation officials did not immediately return a phone message Wednesday.

The running back played for the New York Giants, the New York Jets and New England during his 10-year NFL career.

He was denied bond Tuesday night on charges of first-degree criminal sexual conduct and first-degree burglary, said Spencer Pryor, spokesman for the North Charleston police. He was being held Wednesday in the Charleston County jail, and it was unclear if he had an attorney.

Meggett has been acquitted on sex-related charges in the past. In 1990, while he was with the Giants, Meggett was found not guilty of soliciting sex from an undercover police officer in Baltimore. Eight years later, he was charged with assaulting a woman in a Toronto hotel room after she refused to continue having sex with him, but that charge was dropped.

The Patriots released Meggett in 1998 after the Toronto charge.


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MEGGETT IS A SERIAL RAPIST, ALLEGEDLY
Posted by Mike Florio on January 14, 2009, 1:37 p.m.


Former NFL linebacker Bill Romanowski once tried while at the bottom of a pile to remove one of Dave Meggett’s fingers from his hand.

Maybe Romanowski should have targeted a different region of Meggett’s anatomy.

Meggett, a former running back with the Giants, Jets, and Patriots, has been charged twice in the past four months with rape.

Most recently, Meggett is accused of raping a 21-year-old woman in her South Carolina home. She allegedly woke up at 1:00 a.m. on Tuesday and found a guy she knows as “Mike” sitting on her bed. “Mike” demanded that she repay $200 that she owed him. When she couldn’t produce the money, he forced himself onto her. (Najeh Davenport says he would have suggested a different approach.)

In September 2008, Meggett was charged with third-degree sexual assault of a 17-year-old South Carolina girl.

Both incidents occurred while Meggett was on probation for a 2006 sexual battery charge.

In 1998, Meggett was charged with assaulting a woman in Toronto after she refused to continue to have sex with him. Though the charge was dropped, the Patriots promptly dropped Meggett.

But, fortunately, the women of South Carolina (and the rest of the world) can now sleep easily. Meggett is being held without bond in an atmosphere where the perpetrators of rape often find themselves on the other end of the act.



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Ex-MSU star Rogers to serve 30 days in jail
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NOVI -- Former Detroit Lion and one-time star Michigan State wide receiver Charles Rogers was sentenced to serve a jail term Tuesday after failing yet another court-ordered substance abuse test and deciding that a special court for drug and alcohol offenders was not for him.

"Mr. Rogers, I understand you want out of sobriety court?" Novi District Judge Brian MacKenzie asked Rogers, 27, a former standout and first round NFL draft pick.

"Yes sir," said Rogers, leaning against a wall in navy blue jail garb, his once multimillion dollar hands handcuffed in front of him.

McKenzie ordered Rogers back to the Oakland County Jail for 30 days and gave him credit for 15 days served, including six since Thursday, when he was quietly jailed for violating condition of court.

With good time he will likely be released in mid-April.

Rogers appeared to prefer jail instead of toughing out the 18-month sobriety court and its rules and regulations until June.

District Court documents indicate Rogers was caught falsifying records earlier this month stating that he attended Alcoholic Anonymous meetings, one of several sobriety court conditions.

Rogers regularly attended since December, court records show.

Rogers also tested positive for use of alcohol, according to court records.

http://detnews.com/article/20090325/MET ... ys+in+jail


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EDIT to add:

OOPS

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Vick Won’t Be On Home Confinement Until May
Posted by Mike Florio on March 25, 2009, 12:47 p.m. EDT
The Wednesday morning report from WSB-TV, which blared the headline that Mike Vick is out of jail, technically was accurate.

Falcons quarterback Mike Vick is out of jail. But he’s going back.

According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Vick is heading to Virginia for a hearing in his bankruptcy case. He’ll be held there in a regional jail.

Per the AJC, Vick is expected to return to Leavenworth, Kansas, and to be released to home confinement on May 20.

Vick has been required by the bankrupty court to appear at next week’s hearing in person, so that the judge can assess Vick’s credibility. (We hope the judge has a polygraph machine handy.) The judge also has required Vick to pay the costs of his trip from Kansas to Virginia.

http://www.profootballtalk.com/2009/03/ ... until-may/



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Mike Vick Is Out Of Jail
Posted by Mike Florio on March 25, 2009, 11:55 a.m. EDT
Falcons quarterback Mike Vick has been released from prison.

According to WSB-TV, Vick currently is making the trip to Virginia, where he’ll serve the rest of his prison term on home confinement.

Vick was supposed to finish his time in federal custody in a halfway house, but due to space limitations he’ll get to stay in his home.

Vick is due to be released from federal custody on July 20. At that point, he’ll presumably apply for reinstatement to the NFL.

He was sentenced to 23 months after pleading guilty in 2007 to federal conspiracy charges relating to gambling and dogfighting. He also pleaded guilty last year to dogfighting charges under Virginia law, which entailed no additional jail time and which paved the way for his release from prison.

Under federal law, a player can’t serve the balance of a prison term outside of prison if there are pending criminal charges against him.

http://www.profootballtalk.com/2009/03/ ... t-of-jail/


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Detroit News wrote:
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Donte' Stallworth pleads guilty, gets 30 days in jail
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Miami -- Cleveland Browns receiver Donte' Stallworth will serve 30 days in jail after pleading guilty in Florida to a DUI manslaughter charge.

The plea deal announced Tuesday calls for Stallworth, 28, to also serve 10 years of probation and do 1,000 community service hours for killing a pedestrian he hit with his car. Stallworth had faced up to 15 years in prison.

Police say Stallworth was drinking at a hotel bar before the March 14 crash that killed 59-year-old construction worker Mario Reyes. Tests showed Stallworth's blood-alcohol content was .126.

Stallworth also reached a confidential financial settlement with the Reyes' family. A person close to the negotiations told the Association Press about the agreement on the condition of anonymity.


Unbelievable. If you or I committed this, we would have served at least 5 years in jail. 30 days for taking another life. 30 F&$#ING DAYS!!

Absolutely atrocious judicial system in America. Just flys in the face of all that is right, and amplifies all that is wrong in this country.


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I feel the same way. However when I looked into it I did find out a few things that make it a little more sensical.

Apparently the victim was Jaywalking and stepped in front of the car. That doesnt excuse driving while drunk, and Vehicular Manslaughter should ALWAYS net more than 2 yrs in prison, MINIMUM.

THey lost their life. You Lose 30 Days?

I actually hope someone Gets nice and liquored up and literraly runs down this prick. Eye for a fudge eye.


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Looks like the CFL could care less about someones problems:

http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=4436703

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Ex-Lions receiver Charles Rogers arrested again after reportedly passing out in Novi restaurant
By Jonathan Oosting | MLive.com
January 06, 2010, 6:23AM

For the second time in four months, Novi police on Tuesday arrested former Detroit Lions wide receiver Charles Rogers after he reportedly drank too much and passed out in public.

At least this time he wasn't in a running car.

Police took Rogers into custody yesterday afternoon on suspicion he violated his Sobriety Court probation after employees at "On the Border" Mexican restaurant were unable to wake him at his table, according to WWJ.

The Detroit News reports Rogers is due back in court today and could face jail time for the misdemeanor probation violation.

Novi police in September found Rogers "non-responsive" behind the wheel of his 2003 Mercedes. The car was running and he was in the turn lane of a busy intersection.

Rogers pleaded guilty to drunk driving and returned to the sobriety counseling program he earlier abandoned for jail time.

The Lions selected the former Michigan State star with the 2nd overall pick in the 2003 NFL draft, but the team cut him in 2006 after back-to-back collar bone injuries slowed him down.

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This story is sad. Hopefully one day he gets himself straigthened out.

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Post Re: Hall of Shame : The NFL's Bad Boys
This thread has been dormant for some time and I thought it would be a good time to bring it back to life. Given all the Bad Boys in the NFL lately... er, I mean, with the Lions... I thought it made sense.


Ryan Leaf to stay in Montana jail

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Updated: April 4, 2012, 2:35 PM ET
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GREAT FALLS, Mont. -- Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf will stay in a Montana jail a while longer while Texas prosecutors work with their Montana counterparts to revoke his probation on 2010 drug charges.

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Probation and Parole Office regional administrator Dawn Handa tells the Great Falls Tribune that the 30-day hold gives authorities needed time to send information between states.

Leaf, who spent time with the Chargers, Cowboys and Seahawks, was arrested Friday and again Monday on separate allegations that he broke into homes and stole prescription medication. Probation officials placed a 72-hour hold on Leaf after the second arrest. It was extended Tuesday.

Handa says offenders supervised by two states can be held without bail for up to 30 days.

A hearing set for Wednesday on Leaf's probation status was canceled.



How does someone fall this far?

I guess you can ask Charles Rogers the same question.

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National Football PostBy Brad Biggs | National Football Post – Sat, Apr 14, 2012 9:46 AM EDT

Police allege that Charles Rogers, the former No. 1 overall draft pick by the Detroit Lions, threatened to kill his mother if she did not re-pay him a loan of $100,000.

According to MLive.com, Michigan State Police Rogers, 30, and his uncle Ronie Rogers conspired to threaten Cathy Rogers on March 5 and March 6. Charles Rogers has been charged with making a malicious phone call and conspiring to commit a crime.

Rogers surrendered to authorities last week and faces a total of five misdemeanor charges, including unrelated alleged crimes.

In the report, police allege Charles Rogers threatened his mother by saying he would “blow her mouth out” and that he was willing to do “the time” for the crime if he did not get his money back.

It’s a complicated mess for Charles Rogers, who has encountered serious financial trouble and was ordered to re-pay the Lions $6.1 million for defaulting on his contract.


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April 15, 2012 at 4:07 pm

Ex-Wolverine David Terrell charged with domestic battery
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David Terrell played at Michigan from 1998-2000. (Jonathan Daniel / Getty Images)


Chicago — Former Michigan and NFL receiver David Terrell is being held on $10,000 bond for a domestic battery charge.

Court documents allege he grabbed his ex-girlfriend during an argument inside his high-rise Chicago apartment and threatened to throw her off a balcony. The 33-year-old was charged with misdemeanor domestic battery and appeared in court Saturday.

Terrell's attorney declined to comment, saying his client is innocent. Terrell was arrested Friday. Chicago police say the woman checked into a Chicago hospital after leaving Terrell's apartment and contacted police.

Terrell was drafted in the first round by the Bears in 2001. He played four seasons with the Bears, and one with the Denver Broncos in 2005. He finished his career with 128 receptions and nine touchdowns.

Terrell, who is fourth among Michigan's career leaders in receiving yards with 2,317, is due in court April 30.


From The Detroit News: http://www.detroitnews.com/article/2012 ... z1sATfUMN9



Assuming you have a good reason to kill your ex-girlfriend... Throwing her off the high rise balcony into traffic might be the most fun way to do it.



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May 11, 2012 at 1:00 am

Ex-Lion Tommie Boyd sentenced to prison for sexual contact with minor
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Pontiac — Former Detroit Lions receiver Tommie Boyd has been sentenced to at least five years in prison for having sexual contact with a teenage girl.

The Oakland Press reports Boyd was sentenced Thursday, a month after pleading no contest to two charges, including second-degree criminal sexual conduct with a 15-year-old girl at a movie theater in Oakland County. He had served as the girl's trainer in sports.

Boyd already is in prison for inappropriate contact with a girl in Macomb County. He played for the Lions in the late 1990s and later worked as a personal trainer and track coach at Fraser High School.


From The Detroit News: http://www.detroitnews.com/article/2012 ... z1ukNSrGw1



5 years doesn't seem nearly long enough for what sounds like at least his second offense. Plus they only do 25% of their time anyway. It's not long enough!!

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Post Re: Hall of Shame : The NFL's Bad Boys
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5 years doesn't seem nearly long enough for what sounds like at least his second offense. Plus they only do 25% of their time anyway. It's not long enough!!
Agreed. Perhaps they shouldn't fill up the prisons and jails with non-violent criminals.

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LionFan57 wrote:
5 years doesn't seem nearly long enough for what sounds like at least his second offense. Plus they only do 25% of their time anyway. It's not long enough!!
Agreed. Perhaps they shouldn't fill up the prisons and jails with non-violent criminals.


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TheRealWags wrote:
LionFan57 wrote:
5 years doesn't seem nearly long enough for what sounds like at least his second offense. Plus they only do 25% of their time anyway. It's not long enough!!
Agreed. Perhaps they shouldn't fill up the prisons and jails with non-violent criminals.



I don't know about that. DUIs and other "non-violent" problems are serious offenses, and its the only way some people learn that their behavior will not be tolerated by society. I know plenty of people that didn't "get it" until they did 90 days in jail.


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