Jeudy posts bond following Colorado arrest

Denver Broncos receiver Jerry Jeudy posted $1,500 bond Friday and is released from jail following an arrest on criminal tampering charges a day earlier.

According to Fox News, the incident involved a dispute with a woman police said was involved in an “ongoing relationship” with Jeudy.

Arapahoe County Sheriffs Office provided few details on the arrest but noted the charge had a domestic violence enhancement — and that the third year receiver is on a no-bond hold.

Jeudy’s charge is a misdemeanor.

According to deputies, the woman involved told investigators the wide receiver was in control of several pieces of her property, including a wallet, a child car seat, and paperwork involving her child. Those items, she said, were locked inside a vehicle.

No physical contact was alleged between Jeudy and the woman during the domestic dispute, and Jeudy was taken into custody without incident, a deputy said during a press conference.

Arapahoe County is located east of the city of Denver. It’s Colorado’s third largest county.

Police indicated Jeudy was taken into custody around 12:30 p.m.

The Sheriffs Office’s entire statement is as follows:

“Professional football player Jerry Jeudy has been arrested by Arapahoe Co sheriff deputies. He’s being held at the Arapahoe Co jail on charges of 2nd degree criminal tampering w/a domestic violence enhancer, a misdemeanor. He’s on a no bond hold. He’s innocent until proven guilty.”