Another Green Bay Packers' free agent has found himself on the wrong side of the law. According to a report by WBAY-TV in Green Bay, cornerback Jarrett Bush was arrested Sunday for public intoxication in his hometown of Vacaville, California.
The report, which cites police booking logs, says that Bush's arrest occurred Sunday morning for disorderly conduct under the influence, a misdemeanor. He has already been released from detention on $1,600 bail.
Bush becomes the second free agent from the Packers to be arrested this offseason after nose tackle Letroy Guion was pulled over with nearly a pound of marijuana, over $190,000 in cash and an unloaded firearm in Starke, Florida last month. It's unclear at this stage whether either infraction will have an impact on the player's future with the team.
Bush has been one of the Packers' special teams aces for the better part of his nine years in Green Bay. His turns 31 before the start of the 2015 season.
UPDATE: According to ESPN's Rob Demovsky, Bush will not be charged for this incident. See below for a statement released by the Vacaville police:
The police statement on Jarrett Bush. Key line: No charges will be filed. pic.twitter.com/eJsKBKB8Zx— Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) March 2, 2015