New Orleans police issue capture warrant for Browns' Odell Beckham Jr.

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New Orleans police issue capture warrant for Browns' Odell Beckham Jr.

New Orleans police issue capture warrant for Browns' Odell Beckham Jr. 

New Orleans police on Thursday gave a capture warrant for Cleveland Browns wide recipient Odell Beckham Jr. on a grievance of basic battery. 

Video surfaced for the current week demonstrating Beckham slapping the posterior of a Superdome security watch in the LSU storage space after the Tigers' national title triumph over Clemson on Monday in New Orleans. 

The New Orleans Police Department open undertakings office affirmed that the security monitor documented the objection. 

Louisiana resolution characterizes straightforward battery as battery submitted without the assent of the person in question. Discipline in Louisiana can incorporate a fine of close to $1,000 and detainment for close to a half year, or both. 

"We know about the occurrence and have been in contact with Odell and his delegates on the issue," the Browns said in an announcement gave Thursday. "They are helping out the best possible specialists to fittingly address the circumstance." 

Beckham was additionally caught on video passing out cash to a few LSU players following the Tigers' 42-25 triumph. 

The college's athletic office gave an announcement Wednesday, saying it knew about video demonstrating "evident money" being given to players by Beckham and that it has been in contact with the NCAA and the Southeastern Conference in regards to the issue. 

"We know about the circumstance in regards to Odell Beckham Jr. associating with LSU understudy competitors and others unaffiliated with the group following the title game Monday night," the LSU articulation said. "Starting data recommended charges that were traded were oddity bills. Data and film inspected since shows evident money may have additionally been given to LSU understudy competitors. 

"We were in contact with the NCAA and the SEC promptly after learning of this circumstance in which a portion of our understudy competitors may have been set in a trading off position. We are working with our understudy competitors, the NCAA and the SEC so as to correct the circumstance." 

A LSU representative on Tuesday morning at first had told the Baton Rouge Advocate that the cash being given out on the field by Beckham, a previous LSU star, was not genuine. 

Be that as it may, on the Barstool Sports "Absolution My Take" web recording, LSU quarterback Joe Burrow said the money was genuine. On the off chance that the cash being doled out by Beckham was genuine, it would be an infringement of NCAA local laws. Money is a case of impermissible advantages that are denied by the overseeing body.

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