By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark has been charged with a felony. He, along with another man, was arrested on March 13th by California Highway Patrol.
Both men were traveling in a 1993 Toyota Supra that failed to showcase a front license plate. The vehicle was then pulled over.
During the traffic stop, the authorities discovered two weapons in the back seat inside of a bag. Following further inspection, a rifle and a handgun were found in the bag.
Clark has been charged with a felony in the case. It is not known at this time if the second man was charged.
This was the first of two arrests for Clark this off-season. He was also arrested on June 20th.
The pass rusher was pulled over in his Lambo during a routine traffic stop. The authorities found an uzi in the vehicle.
He was also arrested in the June incident. Clark claimed to the authorities that the gun did not belong to him and instead belonged to a member of his security team.
Right now, Clark has not been charged for the June incident.
From the March incident, he could face up to three years in jail. Depending on his criminal history, he could reach a plea agreement if the two sides could agree to one that may lessen his criminal charges.
Clark will have to be in court next week from the March incident.
The 28-year-old has been with the Chiefs since 2019. He was traded to the team from the Seattle Seahawks along with a third-round draft pick.
The Seahawks received a first-round draft pick and a third-round draft pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. Kansas City also traded a conditional second-round draft pick to the Seahawks in the package.
Following the trade, Clark agreed to a five-year agreement with the Chiefs. The deal was worth $105.5 million, including $63.5 million in guaranteed money.
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