THE FORMER RUNNING BACK BANNED FROM GWINNETT COUNTY QUIKTRIP
Former Atlanta Falcons star running back Jamal Anderson was issued a warning early Wednesday morning at a QuikTrip in Gwinnett County.
According to Suwanee police, the clerk called 911 just after 2 a.m. after they said Anderson exposed himself inside the store at Peachtree Industrial Boulevard and McGinnis Ferry Road.
When police arrived at the store, they said Anderson, 44, appeared intoxicated and told officers that he was dropped off by friends.
The clerk chose not to press charges, so Anderson was issued a warning for criminal trespass. He’s banned from the QuikTrip, and if he returns, he’ll be arrested, police said.
Anderson was arrested in Forsyth County earlier this year. At the time, he was charged with a suspended license and a move-over violation.
He also has previous DUI arrests from Hall and Gwinnett counties.