Police in the Seahawks wanted Aldon Smith to be charged with a secondary battery
The end of the Seahawks defense is intended to charge Aldon Smith a New Orleans secondary battery, according to a Monday release from the St. Bernard Parish Sheriff’s Office.
According to the release, Smith – who signed with Seattle on Thursday – is the prime suspect in the incident that happened sometime on Saturday evening. According to the report, police responded to a medical call by CT at Meraux (La) at 7:30 p.m .; the victim said he was attacked by an “acquaintance” in the afternoon in the Chalmette neighborhood of New Orleans.
The note says the researchers identified Smith as the subject.
According to Perry Nicosia District Attorney for the San Bernardo District, Smith caused “serious injuries” to the man outside the French Press Coffee House in Chalmette. A secondary battery charge requires an eight-year prison sentence.
It’s been Smith’s long-awaited NFL career various legal issues derailed, which resulted in him not playing in the league until 19:00 in 2016. He he played one season for the Cowboys in 2020He starts 16 games and returns 48 baskets, five sacks and two rebounds.