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WWE wrestlers arrested in Northern Kentucky

Chris Irvine (Source: Kenton County Detention Center) Chris Irvine (Source: Kenton County Detention Center)
Greg Helms (Source: Kenton County Detention Center) Greg Helms (Source: Kenton County Detention Center)

CRESCENT SPRINGS, KY (FOX19) – Popular professional wrestler Chris "Jericho" Irvine has posted bond following a public intoxication arrest at a Crescent Springs, Ky. gas station.

Irvine was arrested at 5:41 a.m. Wednesday morning, along with fellow wrestler Greg Helms. They posted a $120 bond about an hour later.

Police responded to the Shell Gas Station on Buttermilk Pike for a disturbance. Upon arrival, officers found that Irvine and Helms had been in a cab and fighting.

"It's hard to say exactly how in depth this fight was," said Kevin Gilpin with Erlanger Police. "There was a disagreement while they were inside of a cab. When we got there obviously they were out of the cab and made contact with the police, and were arrested a short time after that."

Police say the Irvine and Helms were cooperative with police and were charged with alcohol intoxication.

Their court dates are pending.

Helms and Jericho were in town for a performance at U.S. Bank Arena on Tuesday night, WWE's Smackdown. According to U.S. Bank's website, WWE Smackdown is scheduled to return in May.

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