Kenton Keith Arrested

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Indianapolis Colts' second-string RB Kenton Keith was arrested outside of an Indianapolis bar early yesterday morning [emphasis added]:

Police officers and security guards were attempting to clear the parking lot after the club closed when they noticed that Keith, 27, 6700 block of Echo Lane, and other men with him were not leaving. According to the police report, the men ignored several requests to leave and began to dance, yell and lean into cars in the parking lot.

After telling the men several times to leave, police told them to put their hands on a vehicle. Keith initially refused and tried to pull out a cell phone to record the incident, according to the report. He eventually was handcuffed while officers sorted things out.

According to the police report, Keith "kept hollering that he was a Colts player, he wasn't doing anything wrong, and he would leave when he was ready."

Keith was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, resisting law enforcement, public intoxication and contributing to the delinquency of a minor, as another man with him was 19.

The Colts organization doesn't take too kindly to this sort of behavior. Did you catch that part in the middle?

Keith "kept hollering that he was a Colts player, he wasn't doing anything wrong, and he would leave when he was ready."

Perhaps not for long, KK. The Colts don't like players who catch rap sheets better than passes from Manning.

(H/T: 18to88)