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Cowboys Spencer Arrested and Charged w/ Public Intoxication and Disorderly Conduct

From: Pro Football

After nearly two years of tracking all arrests of NFL players and club employees, a member of the Dallas Cowboys has been busted.

Specifically, defensive end Anthony Spencer was arrested in Indianapolis on Sunday, and charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct.

Though the Cowboys have plenty of locker-room miscreants and problem children, they have done a great job at staying out of trouble.

Of course, given the fact that former Cowboys cornerback Pacman Jones wasn’t patted down and cuffed after getting in an altercation with one of his 24-hour-a-day babysitters in October, it’s possible that incidents that might have resulted in an arrest anywhere else ended with no charges in Dallas, out of deference to the home team.

Spencer and his agent, Matthew Millhouse, reportedly tried to bribe the proprietors of the Have A Nice Day Cafe to remain open. It’s unclear whether Millhouse, who is not an NFLPA-certified contract advisor, was arrested as well.

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