Jimmy Smith Charged With Disorderly Conduct, Is Fifth Baltimore Raven Arrested This Offseason

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Jimmy Smith, a starting cornerback for the Baltimore Ravens, was arrested last night in Towson, Md. and charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct. According to the Baltimore Sun, the incident occurred when medical personnel were attending to an “intoxicated” woman that Smith was vomiting in the sink, and Smith allegedly refused to comply with several requests to step aside. “What the [expletive] are you gonna do? … [Expletive] you. What the [expletive] are you gonna do?” Smith reportedly said.

Fox 45 reporter Paul Gessler adds more alleged details:

It’s been a busy offseason on the police blotter for the Baltimore Ravens. Most notably, Ray Rice was charged with felony aggravated assault of his fiancée, and was seen on video dragging her unconscious through the hallway of an Atlantic City casino. Elsewhere on the team, offensive lineman Jah Reid was charged with misdemeanor battery after a head-butting incident in a strip club, wide receiver Deonte Thompson was arrested for marijuana possession, and running back Lorenzo Taliaferro was charged with destruction of property.

Rice and Reid were accepted into pretrial diversion programs, Thompson’s charges were dropped, and Taliaferro has a court date set for the end of the month.

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