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Former Texas RB D'Onta Foreman Arrested



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#1 Daniel Seahorn

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Posted 4 days ago

For possession of marijuana and unlawful possession of a weapon. Not going to go over well with the brass in Houston.





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Posted 4 days ago

Amazingly poor judgement. Enough said.
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#3 rddonato

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Posted 4 days ago

Not a good look...smh

#4 drgilbert

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Posted 4 days ago

Disappointing

#5 Harrison Wier

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#6 Bear19

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Posted 4 days ago

Shit

#7 MikeV73

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Posted 4 days ago

Let's hope he doesn't fall into the Cedric Benson way of life. Never can understand why these players risk losing millions of dollars making bone head decisions.

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Posted 4 days ago


His statement.

#9 Daniel Seahorn

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Posted 4 days ago


His statement.


Was about to post this. I now have several more questions about this arrest in general.

#10 Brandon17

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Posted 4 days ago

Drugs + Gun isn't good doesn't matter if you own it legally or not.

#11 Bear19

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Posted 4 days ago

If his statement about the gun is correct then the police fukked up.

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Posted 4 days ago

Travis County has long been negligent (ignorant) when it comes to the Second Amendment.

#13 Sirhornsalot

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Posted 4 days ago

Was about to post this. I now have several more questions about this arrest in general.

 

 

Exactly. In the state of Texas, a vehicle is an extension of your home. So you can legally have a firearm in your vehicle. It doesn't even have to be his firearm.

 

So I definitely do not understand the gun charge. The only thing I can think of would be if he made some illegal modification to the gun. Probably not likely though. Or, they're completely attributing the pot to DF's possession, which would be possessing a firearm while in possession of a controlled substance, or something like that.


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#14 Harrison Wier

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#15 Harrison Wier

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Posted 4 days ago

If this is true, D'onta could be cleared of all charges. The drugs made the gun in his vehicle illegal. If he proves the drugs weren't his and doesn't have any in his system, he could get all charges dismissed.
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#16 drgilbert

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Posted 4 days ago

Let's hope so. I apologize in advance if I jumped the gun on his guilt.
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Posted 4 days ago

"If this is true, D'onta could be cleared of all charges. The drugs made the gun in his vehicle illegal."

That makes sense. The gun by Itself would not be illegal at all.
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#18 java

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Posted 4 days ago

Same here, Daniel and SHA. It sounds like a completely BS charge. That statement was done by a professional that knows what he or she is doing and addresses every contingency. It makes the UT cops look bad.

I wonder why they even stopped and questioned him. There is nothing about a traffic irregularity.
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#19 mctmatt

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Posted 4 days ago

From reading the Lawyer's statement it looks like D'Onta should not be charged with anything. The only thing I will say is that nothing good happens after 2:00 am and be careful with the friends you hang out with. He might need to separate himself from this associate. 


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#20 North Texas Golfer

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Posted 3 days ago

May indeed turn out that he is innocent, but keep in mind that every statement put out by someone's attorney will always claim that their client is totally innocent. 


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