The Kansas City Chiefs NFL player Frank Clark was caught in Los Angeles after police saw a submachine gun in his vehicle, police said on Monday.
The 28-year-old defensive end was pulled over for a vehicle encroachment south of downtown at about 9.20pm on Sunday, said Tony Im, a Los Angeles police office public information official.
“Authorities saw a load with a Uzi standing apart in plain view in the vehicle,” Im said.
Clark was caught on uncertainty of having a hidden firearm in a vehicle, Im said.
Set up for Los Angeles area jail, Clark was followed through on Monday evening on $35,000 bond, as shown by the district sheriff’s jail detainee site.
“We think about the matter which will be examined under the NFL’s own lead system,” said a NFL delegate, Brian McCarthy.
Clark’s legal counselor, Alex Spiro, said the gun had a spot with Clark’s gatekeeper.
Clark, a neighborhood of Los Angeles, played his underlying four NFL seasons with the Seattle Seahawks before being traded to Kansas City in 2019. He was fundamental for the Chiefs’ Super Bowl-winning gathering in the 2019 season and has 49 sacks in 91 employment games.
Clark was caught in 2014 on uncertainty of forceful conduct at home over a scene at an Ohio hotel, provoking his ejection from the University of Michigan bunch. He admitted to a lesser allegation of wild immediate.