Kansas City Chiefs’ Isaiah Buggs Arrested in Tuscaloosa Burglary Case

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Written By Angela Angela






Kansas City Chiefs player Isaiah Buggs was arrested on Sunday in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He was arrested for allegedly breaking into a home, which is called burglary. This comes after he was already facing charges for not taking care of two dogs.

Buggs was taken to jail and then released after paying a bond of $5,000. A bond is money paid to guarantee that a person will appear in court.

His agent, Trey Robinson, has not commented on the situation yet.

In Alabama, a charge of domestic violence burglary is when someone breaks into the home of a family member or someone they used to be in a relationship with. This charge can also apply if the person lives with the suspect or has a child with them.

The Tuscaloosa Police Department said they got a call about the incident at 5:28 a.m. on Sunday. Buggs was held in jail for 12 hours before being released on bond.

There are no court documents available yet.

Buggs recently received a Super Bowl ring with the Chiefs. His Instagram account has only one post about the ceremony.

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