Cowboys WR Lucky Whitehead Arrested For Shoplifting

by Steven Clarke July 25, 2017, 0:46
Cowboys WR Lucky Whitehead Arrested For Shoplifting

A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Lucky Whitehead. Allegedly, Whitehead stole from a convenience store.

After failing to appear in court over a shoplifting charge in Virginia, Dallas Cowboys Receiver Rodney Darnell Whitehead - better known as Lucky Whitehead - has a warrant out for his arrest, according to TMZ Sports.

Whitehead has a court date scheduled for August 10, according to records.

Dallas police suspended that investigation, but Elliott has also faced accusations of domestic violence, and reports have said the National Football League is considering suspending the Cowboys' star.

The news came as a disappointment to Cowboys officials, who first learned of the incident on Monday.

Last week, Whitehead made headlines when he said that his dog was being held for ransom.

According to the report, Whitehead was arrested in Prince William County, Va., back in June for shoplifting/petit larceny under $200.

Another Cowboys player is reportedly in trouble.

The dog was soon returned, but Whitehead's already tenuous spot on the Cowboys roster is now in jeopardy.

Whitehead, 25, has played the past two seasons for the Cowboys, appearing in 30 games with two starts. Cornerback Nolan Carroll was arrested in Dallas for driving while intoxicated and linebacker Damien Wilson was arrested for two counts of felony aggravated assault. He has rushed 20 times for 189 yards and caught nine passes for 64 yards.


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