Adam “Pacman” Jones’ most recent arrest for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest caught the attention of more than those in Cincinnati. David Roger, Clack County (Nevada) District Attorney, said that Jones could face up to a year in a Nevada jail for violating a probation stay-out-of-trouble order.
Jone received a one year probation sentence for his role in a 2007 Las Vegas strip club altercation that left three people shot.
“One of the conditions of his probation was that he stay out of trouble,” Roger told The Associated Press. Before taking the case to a Nevada judge, Roger said he plans to review police accounts of the most recent arrest.
Jones’ Las Vegas attorney, Robert Langford, told The AP “[b]ased on the facts I’ve heard, it will resolve in our favor.
Roger is the same prosecutor who gained the 2007 armed robbery conviction of O.J. Simpson. Simpson is currently serving 33 years in a Nevada prison.
Roger said it could be several weeks before he receives and reviews the Cincinnati police reports on Jones’ arrest and decides whether to take the case to a Clark County District Court Judge. “We’re in a holding pattern until then,” he said.