Bills defensive lineman Adolphus Washington is facing a weapons charge in Ohio, according to a report. Washington was drafted in the third round by the Bills in 2016. He was arrested in Sharonville near a water park. According to the report, police were clearing out a crowd in the parking lot of the water park around 10 p.m. Sunday night when they say Washington "reached for and displayed a gun while sitting inside his vehicle; just feet away from officers." He was charged with improperly carrying a concealed firearm. Washington was previously arrested while in college at Ohio State in 2015 for solicitation of prostitution. During the 2016 season, Washington played in 15 games for the Bills.
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