Trent Richardson arrested on domestic violence charge
"After interviewing both parties it was determined that the two individuals had been arguing earlier while at the Walmart on John Hawkins Parkway and that the dispute continued after they arrived back at the hotel".
Richardson, 26, and an adult female were in the room and were involved in a domestic altercation, according to Rector.
Trent Richardson's football career is all but over, and now he's having problems off the field too. But right now, it's certainly not a good look for Richardson. According to the police report, the female sustained scratches and bruises to her face. Hoover Fire Department paramedics checked the victim's injuries, and she was treated on the scene.
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The name of the woman has yet to be released.
Richardson is charged with third-degree domestic violence. That charge carries a $1,000 bond.
He added that the male, Richardson, cooperated with police and "was arrested without incident".
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Richardson was a running back for the Indianapolis Colts during the 2013 to 2014 season.
After a strong rookie season where he rushed for 950 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Richardson never found his footing in two years with the Colts and no team has placed him on their active roster since.
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