Chiefs star Frank Clark faces a felony charge of possession of an assault weapon, TMZ Sports reported Friday.
It was initially reported by the outlet that this charge came from the June 20 incident when the police found an uzi in his Lamborghini truck; however, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office told Arrowhead Pride's Pete Sweeney that the charge stemmed from Clark's March arrest by the California Highway Patrol.
The defensive end could face up to three years if convicted, and his arraignment is set for Wednesday, July 14.
In a separate incident, the 28-year-old was arrested after being pulled over for vehicle code violation in Los Angeles on June 20. Authorities saw a gun sticking out of a duffle bag in Clark's truck during the routine traffic stop, and he was arrested with the carrying of a concealed firearm in a vehicle.
Clark's bond was set at $35,000, but he posted it and was released the next day. His court date is scheduled for Oct. 18 at 8:30 a.m. PT. According to TMZ Sports, Clark has not been charged for the June incident.
This is not the football star's first interaction with the law. Clark was arrested and charged with misdemeanor domestic violence and assault in 2014 due to an incident with his then-pregnant girlfriend during his time in college at Michigan. Clark was dismissed from the team after his arrest.
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