An ex-Buffalo Bills linebacker was arrested Thursday after he pulled a gun on a group of teens who were playing ding-dong ditch in Tennessee.
Fox News reports Jimmy Robinson Jr., pointed a gun at the teens while they were pranking various homes in the town of Mt. Juliet. Robinson allegedly drove his vehicle around to look for the group and when he located them, he pulled out his weapon then told two of the five to exit out of their vehicle. Authorities arrested Robinson and charged him with aggravated assault.
He is currently employed as an EMT with the Nashville Fire Department and a spokesperson said in a statement that an internal investigation is currently underway.
“We are aware of the charges against EMT Jimmy Robinson Jr. He is assigned to alternate duty in a non-safety related role pending an internal investigation. As part of our Civil Service process, we will not be able to make a statement on his compliance or failure to comply with any of our OPGs because that could hamper further disciplinary procedures if warranted.”
He posted bail for the crime and was released from police custody. Robinson was signed to the Bills in 2001 but never played for the team. He also played college football at Western Illinois University.
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