Charges dropped against ex-Cowboys WR Lucky Whitehead day after release

Charges dropped against ex-Cowboys WR Lucky Whitehead day after release

According to a new report from TMZ, Whitehead was arrested on June 22 in Prince William County, Va. The guy who they arrested just happened to have the same last name as Whitehead, although, he did give officers Lucky's first name, date of birth, and social security number.

Yesterday, word started getting around that Cowboys receiver Lucky Whitehead had skipped a court date after being arrested for shoplifting at a Woodbridge, Va., convenience store. The Cowboys released him anyway.

Jones disputed the notion that Whitehead's release was in response to recent incidents involving other Cowboys players, and said the move wasn't meant to send a message.?

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Whitehead, 25, was originally charged with shoplifting/petit larceny under $200, a misdemeanor, and then an arrest warrant was issued after he did not appear for a July 6 court hearing, according to Prince William County General Court records.

See how Twitter reacted to the news of Whitehead's innocence.

Monday morning also marked the first time the Dallas Cowboys found out about any of this, which has Whitehead in some very hot water with head coach Jason Garrett.

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The next thing to add to the list is the arrest of WR Lucky Whitehead.

During the 2016 National Football League season, Whitehead missed a Saturday walkthrough, resulting in head coach Jason Garrett informing him to skip the flight. Jonathan Perok, a spokesman with the Prince William police, said the suspect who was believed to be involved in a June 22 shoplifting incident did not have identification on him when he was initially stopped by authorities. At this point, the police department is also confident in confirming that Mr. Whitehead's identity was falsely provided to police during the investigation. A Fort Worth rapper named Boogotti Kasino eventually returned the dog to Whitehead. "It's just unfortunate for the kid", Rich said. "I'm telling you, I'm giving you facts that I was not even in the state", Whitehead said.

"I don't want to say my teammates".

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Asked if the Cowboys could rescind the waiver request on Whitehead, Rich said, "I don't know that would be a healthy place for anybody right now".

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