Marshawn Lynch of the Buffalo Bills is in trouble with the law again.
Lynch was arrested Wednesday in Culver City, Calif., on felony charges for possession of a concealed firearm. The Culver City Police Department on Sunday afternoon released a brief statement with details of the arrest. The statement noted officers spotted three men in a 2006 Mercedes Benz and recognized Lynch as the Bills' running back.
"A subsequent field investigation led to the discovery of a loaded firearm," the report said. "The officers determined the gun belonged to Lynch and he was arrested for possession of a concealed firearm."
Lynch's lawyer, M. Gerald Schwartzbach, said his client was not involved in a traffic incident. Schwartzbach said the player was in California to visit friends. The Los Angeles County Sheriff Department's inmate database says Lynch was booked at 7:12 p.m. and was released on a $35,000 bond at 8:45 p.m.
Lynch has had several brushes with the law, including last summer when Lynch was the subject of a hit-and-run investigation in Buffalo after his luxury SUV struck a woman in the street and sped away. He faced no criminal charges. Also, in 2006, Lynch was the target of a drive-by shooting outside his prep alma mater, Oakland Technical. Police determined Lynch was the victim of mistaken identity.