Kansas police have arrested Chiefs wide receiver Justyn Ross, who has been charged with a crime.
MO.'s KANSAS CITY According to a booking report from the sheriff's office in Johnson County, Kansas, Chiefs wide receiver Justyn Ross was arrested.
On Monday in Shawnee, Kansas, and he is currently being held on a felony charge of criminal damage of more than $1,000 but less than $25,000.
Ross was lodged in the Johnson County Detention Center.
There are no further charge details in the booking report.
The Johnson County sheriff's website has a court date for Tuesday.
The Chiefs acknowledged knowledge of the arrest but declined to comment.
Ross, 23, was a Clemson undrafted free agent who signed with the Chiefs last year. He was injured in 2022, therefore he was unable to compete.
This season, Ross has participated in each of the Chiefs' seven games and has three receptions for 34 yards.