Report: Broncos LB Von Miller has open warrant for arrest in California
Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller reportedly has an open warrant out for his arrest in the state of California.
Broncos linebacker Von Miller has already been arrested once on a failure to appear in court warrant and it might happen again if Miller goes to California anytime soon. The Broncos suspended linebacker has an open warrant for his arrest in the state, according to the Denver Post.
The warrant stems from an incident last year where Miller was given a traffic ticket in Orange County, Calif., but never showed up for his court date. The ticket pertains to the entire state, according to the Post, which means if Miller doesn't take care of things, he could find himself in trouble when the Broncos travel to San Diego in Week 10 and Oakland in Week 17.
Miller is currently serving a six-game suspension and is eligible to return to the team on Oct. 14. In a statement to the Denver Post, the team said it was 'looking into the report.'
The trouble keeps piling up for Miller: the 24-year-old linebacker was also given two citations in Colorado last week, one for driving with a suspended license and one for speeding.
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