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Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith arrested, charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct



Officers went to The Greene Turtle on York Road after they were informed there was an unconscious woman in a bathroom at the Towson restaurant and bar, according to police.

Upon their arrival, police said, they saw Smith in the bathroom with the woman. The woman was intoxicated, according to police. Police said the NFL player was assisting her when she became nauseated.

Police said that after medics arrived, officers repeatedly asked Smith to step aside and he allegedly refused to comply and said several times that he was helping the woman. Police said Smith became argumentative when they asked him to step into the hallway. After Smith was arrested, Baltimore County police said, he was cooperative with officers.

Smith was released from custody at about 11:15 p.m. after being issued a citation; a court date is pending. The woman was transported to a local hospital, according to police.

This marks the fifth arrest of a Ravens player this offseason.

Read more: http://www.baltimoresun.com/sports/ravens/ravens-insider/bal-ravens-cornerback-jimmy-smith-arrested-charged-with-misdemeanor-disorderly-conduct-20140712,0,5078221.story#ixzz37Lg7E9wH

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Great press coverage for the Ravens.

Way to get your name out there!




The numbers are nearly unbelievable since this year's Super Bowl: •The Ravens have had five players arrested, and the other 31 teams combined have had 14 arrests. This means one out of every four NFL players arrested this offseason have been Ravens.
•There are only three other teams with multiple arrests (San Francisco, Buffalo and Chicago), and none have more than two. The Cincinnati Bengals, who have been known for making headlines for arrests in the past, have only had one off-the-field incident.
•The Ravens have had five arrests in a five-month span this year, which is one more than they had in coach John Harbaugh's previous six seasons.http://espn.go.com/blog/baltimore-ravens/post/_/id/11197/cumulative-effect-of-the-ravens-arrests
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