The Denver catcher was arrested last September on suspicion of family violence, following an altercation with his girlfriend.
ENGLEWOOD — Following the request of the prosecution, a judge in the suburbs of Denver dismissed charges Tuesday against the recipient of the Denver Broncos, Jerry Jeudyafter a dispute with his girlfriend that led him to prison.
The judge of the Arapahoe County District Court, Chantel Contigugliaclosed the case after the district attorney’s office District County filed a motion to dismiss the charges, he said. Eric Rossspokesman for the eighteenth District Attorney’s Office.
Contiguglia also vacated the hearing to reach an agreement and that it is scheduled for Tuesday afternoon, he indicated Ross.
This allowed Thursday attend the practice of Broncos on Tuesday. She was out on Monday due to a back ailment.
Thursday23, was arrested on September 12 at the couple’s home in a suburb of Denver after his girlfriend reported that he had locked his belongings and the baby in his car to prevent them from returning to Virginia.
He was arrested on suspicion of second-degree criminal interference enhanced by domestic violence, a misdemeanor, and had to spend the night in jail until he could stand trial on the second count.
The next day in court, the woman informed Contiguglia that she did not feel threatened during the dispute and that there was no physical contact. She asked for the charges against her to be dropped. Thursday.
After the hearing, the attorney for Jeudy, Harvey Steinbergindicated that Thursday did not commit any crime and that the case should not have been labeled domestic violence because there was no violence or attempted violence.
“Bad things happen to good people and that was the case here,” he said. Steinberg.
Thursdaythe fifteenth selection of the Draft 2020 from Alabamahad 90 catches for 1,323 yards and three touchdowns in two seasons with Denver. He missed most of last season with a sprained ankle.