After days of speculation, NFL cornerback Richard Sherman was released from jail without bail Thursday following his alleged attempt to break into his in-laws' Washington state home that he had set up on camera.
Washington State's most notorious criminal was freed from jail on Thursday, after allegedly attempting to break into his in-laws' Washington state home. Apparently, the Sherman family is not happy with their son's marriage and has taken matters into their own hands.
King County District Court Judge Fa’amomoi Masaniai found probable cause that Sherman committed criminal trespassing, malicious mischief, driving under the influence, and resisting arrest. Prosecutors did not ask the judge for a finding on a felony residential burglary allegation for which he was initially booked Wednesday afternoon.
Judge Masaniai denied bail for Sherman, citing his "pillar of the community" status. The football player did not attend today's hearing and should refrain from contact with a father-in-law following his arrest on Monday morning.
A wild man on the loose. It is unclear why Sherman was so distraught, but police allege that he ran into a closed-door over and over again at an Oregon residence before running away from officers who arrived to apprehend him.
To know the whole story, you need to hear from both sides. The Maple Valley police said they had been informed that Sherman had "threatened to hang himself" and "had been drinking," but Officer's later told Redmond Police that he was also threatening suicide by a cop--and not just any cops would do:
"Sherman tried to grab a firearm from an officer before leaving Maple Valley and possibly traveling to Redmond," as his wife separately traveled to her mother's house, Maple Valley police told Redmond police, the report said.
Police were alerted by the Washington State Patrol about a man who had crashed and run away from his vehicle. They soon received word that there was some trouble at home, where he acted "crazy."
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