Kansas City Chiefs cornerback, Bashaud Breeland, was arrested yesterday, April 28th, after resisting detainment from officers in York County, South Carolina. According to the police report, the officer noticed “a strong odor of marijuana emitting from each suspect and Bashuad Breeland’s vehicle.”
The officers also recovered “approximately 3.2 grams of marijuana in Bashuad Breeland’s driver door.” The Chiefs organization is aware of the situation but hadn’t made any announcement at the time of the arrest.
New reports came out early today, April 29th, that Breeland paid the bond worth $2,362.50.
Breeland was a key part of the Chief’s success last season; with a season line of 48 total tackles, eight pass deflections, and two interceptions. He also recorded an interception in Super Bowl 54 victory, over the San Francisco 49ers, which helped bring the Lombardi trophy to Kansas City. He was eventually extended to another single-season deal, earlier this off-season.