Broncos QB busted again in odd trespassing case

Broncos QB busted again in odd trespassing case

Broncos QB busted again in odd trespassing case

According to reports, backup quarterback Chad Kelly was arrested at 1:17 a.m. MT in Englewood, CO for first-degree criminal trespassing.

According to an affidavit, the 911 caller claimed that 'an unknown male entered the residence uninvited and sat down on the couch next to her mumbling incoherently'.

Torrez said, "I tell you that much she was really really scared... she was with my son on the couch". The woman called for a male homeowner, who confronted the intruder and hit him with what was later identified as an aluminum vacuum tube in the upper back and kicked him out of the home.

When officers received word that Kelly had been chased out, they began searching the area and located him inside a black SUV near the Gothic Theatre.

He has since posted a $2,500 bond and was scheduled to have a court appearance on Wednesday morning.

According to KUSA, Kelly was not tested for drugs or alcohol on the scene, "The entry on booking records suggesting he had no alcohol in his system is a default entry".

The Broncos released a statement on Kelly's arrest Tuesday afternoon, saying they were looking into the incident. "Two players dressed as Tyrone Biggums, a Dave Chappelle character, and Bobby Brown".

An autograph event with Kelly that was scheduled for Tuesday at Flatiron Crossing has been cancelled. 'Our organization has been in contact with Chad, and we are in the process of gathering more information'. "We take it very seriously and will make decisions as we go", Elway said.

It's been a bad season for Broncos quarterbacks.

This is not the first time Kelly has been in trouble with the law.

Chad Kelly missed his rookie season while recovering from knee and wrist injuries, then beat out former first-round draft pick Paxton Lynch last summer to serve as the backup for starter Case Keenum. He also was arrested after a bar fight in 2014, eventually pleading guilty to a misdemeanour charge of disorderly conduct.

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