Adam Pac Man Jones was arrested again early Wednesday morning at Rising Star Casino in Rising Sun, In. This time the charges are Public intoxication and disorderly conduct our sources tell us. Jones was booked by Dearborn County Law Enforcement at a little after 3 a.m. this morning.
This was not the first time that Jones has visited Casinos in Southeastern Indiana and it’s not the first time he has had troubles. He was escorted off of the property at Hollywood casino in nearby Lawrenceburg, In but was ultimately not arrested.
Jones has played 14 seasons in the NFL and was most recently released in November by the Denver Broncos.
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