Bud Dupree faces assault charge after pharmacy altercation

Titans outside linebacker must report to be booked for the subpoena in three weeks

The outside linebacker of the Tennessee Titans, Bud Dupree, has received a subpoena charging him for a misdemeanor assault after an altercation with a Walgreens employee in Nashville.

According to him Metro Nashville Police DepartmentThe incident occurred Sunday night at a Walgreens pharmacy at approximately 8 p.m. local time, after a verbal altercation between the 20-year-old male employee and some individuals who had entered the scene. The subjects then returned to the pharmacy with Dupree, who allegedly took the employee and his phone, and who was involved in a physical altercation with the employee, before leaving.

“Because the victim was assaulted, the defendant will face assault charges / fear of bodily harm,” announced the MNPD in its statement this Tuesday, confirming the summons that was issued.

The spokesperson for the MNPD, Don Aaron, told The Tennessean that the employee was allegedly using his phone to record the incident. The employee received treatment after suffering a cut to her forehead, and an employee received treatment after suffering a cut to her hand, it reported. Aaron daily.

Dupree must report to be booked for the citation in three weeks.

The police department of Nashville It said in the statement that the summons was issued after consulting with the district attorney’s office. Dupree and his attorney met with detectives Tuesday morning. The attorney for Dupree he also met with detectives on Monday.

The Titans They said in a statement that they are “aware of the situation, and we are collecting additional information.”

Dupree, 28, is in his first season with the Titans after signing a five-year, $ 82.5 million deal as a free agent last March.

Information from Turron Davenport was used in the writing of this note.