Chiefs released cornerback Justin Cox over domestic violence arrest
The Chiefs released cornerback Justin Cox a day after the rookie agent was arrested and charged with trespassing, burglary of residence, and domestic violence, The Kansas City Star reported on July 21.
On Monday, the rookie free agent from Mississippi State was taken into custody over the alleged incident that happened at an apartment complex in Starkville, Miss. Cox failed to comment regarding the issue.
This is Cox’s second domestic violence arrest this year. On January 6, he was fined $600 after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor charge of trespassing. The domestic violence charge, on the other hand, was dropped as per the victim’s request.
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