Marlon Humphrey Arrested For Allegedly Stealing Uber Driver's Phone Charger

Marlon Humphrey Arrested For Allegedly Stealing Uber Driver's Phone Charger

On Jan. 13, Humphrey was initially arrested by University of Alabama police on suspicion of harassment and theft of a phone charger, according to a police report obtained by USA TODAY Sports.

He is charged with third degree robbery. Upon arrival at the Capstone, Humphrey allegedly refused to return the charger, which didn't fit his phone, and elbowed the driver in the ribs before leaving the auto. When the driver attempted to retrieve the cables, Humphrey refused and elbowed the driver aside, which did not leave a mark or cause personal injury, according to the report.

University of Alabama police arrived on the scene and noted that the cable Humphrey had didn't work for his cell phone.

Marlon Humphrey, a former star at Alabama and current Baltimore Raven, was arrested on Thursday.

Humphrey attended Alabama as a cornerback for the Crimson Tide. Humphrey and a couple of women were picked up by an Uber driver on the Tuscaloosa strip and driven to Hotel Capstone on the university's campus. As a rookie for the Baltimore Ravens in 2017, he registered 34 tackles and two interceptions in 16 games. "We are monitoring the situation", the Ravens said in a statement.

Efforts to reach Humphrey for comment were unsuccessful.

Humphrey posted a tweet at 7:42 a.m. Thursday that read: "Life is good". The talented young defensive back was arrested and booked on robbery charges by the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's department (h/t Pro Football Talk).

Wide receiver Michael Campanaro took aim at a certain mobile phone company.