Richie Incognito Arrested at Funeral Home; Made Death Threats & Weapons Impounded


NFL lineman Richie Incognito, who played high school football in the Phoenix area, was arrested at a Scottsdale funeral home Monday, charged with disorderly conduct, police said.

Incognito, a former member of the Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins, was arrested and held on misdemeanor charges of threats and disorderly conduct.

Incognito was released by the Bills on May 21 after spending three seasons with the team, starting in 48 games and making three Pro Bowls.

According to ProFootballTalk, Incognito was at Messingers Funeral Home making arrangements for his late father and caused a scene by "acting erratically and making the employees feel incredibly uncomfortable".

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U.S. media reports said Incognito, who on Sunday confirmed on Twitter that his father had died, allegedly threatened staff at the funeral home and damaged property inside the business. Guns were apparently found in his vehicle and were impounded. He announced his retirement earlier this offseason, but was removed from the Buffalo Bills' retirement list, signaling a potential comeback attempt.

Richie Incognito was arrested Monday.

It's all in the police report released by Scottsdale PD in which at least one mortuary staffer told cops he "thought Incognito was going to kill him". Incognito had allegedly gotten into an altercation with another patron of the gym, and was said to have thrown a dumbbell at the man.