Buccaneers ORT Jeremy Trueblood was arrested in a suburb of Indianapolis Tuesday night for public intoxication, according to reports.
Indications are police suspected Trueblood and another passenger were drunk and disorderly after the officers received a call from a gas station clerk complaining of two men disrupting business before departing in a vehicle driven by a third person.
PFW correspondent Roy Cummings, a beat writer for the Tampa Tribune, reports that Trueblood was released after spending the night in a Hancock County jail with no charges filed against him. The driver of the vehicle was apparently Trueblood's mother, Wanda. A second passenger, Benjamin McKenny, was also arrested on a public intoxication charge, according to police.
Trueblood, 27, has started every game for the Bucs over the past three seasons.
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