The Green Bay Packers cornerback was arrested in Vacaville, Calif., and charged with disorderly conduct under the influence before being released.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Jarrett Bush was arrested for public intoxication early Sunday morning in northern California, according to ABC 2 WBAY. Vacaville, Calif., police told Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com that Bush will not be charged with anything.
According to police logs, Bush was booked with disorderly conduct under the influence after being taken into custody in Vacaville, Calif., approximately 60 miles northwest of San Francisco. In addition to the misdemeanor, Bush was given a $1,600 bail charge.
San Francisco news station KTVU reports that Bush was released after being placed in a detention hold. The details of the incident that prompted the arrest have not been disclosed.
Bush joined Green Bay in 2006 after two years at Utah State. In each of his nine seasons with the Packers, he has never appeared in fewer than 12 games, and in 137 career appearances he has recorded 96 tackles, 1.5 sacks, four fumble recoveries and four interceptions.
Bush has primarily been a member of Green Bay's special teams and will become a free agent later this month.
- Christopher Woody