A Cincinnati native and Buffalo Bills football player has been found not guilty of a misdemeanor weapons charge.
Adolphus Washington, 24, had been accused of improperly carrying a concealed weapon outside the Splash Water Park on Chester Road. He was arrested as officers were clearing out a crowd in the water park parking lot.
A Sharonville arrest report described the situation as such: "Suspect reached for and displayed a gun while sitting inside his vehicle, just feet away from officers. The suspect did not inform officers beforehand."
Washington was driving a 3-wheeled motorcycle vehicle called a Slingshot, documents show.
Officers took Washington to the Sharonville Police Department, processed and released him the same night.
A Hamilton County judge found Washington not guilty of the misdemeanor weapons charge during a Monday trial.
Washington graduated from Robert A. Taft High School before playing at Ohio State. He was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in 2016.
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