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CINCINNATI (AP) - Former Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones has been released from a year’s probation after completing court-ordered community service 10 months early.
Court documents show a judge in Cincinnati released Jones from probation on Friday.
Jones pleaded guilty in January to a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct. The 28-year-old was accused in court documents of being disorderly, shouting profanities and trying to pull away as police officers arrested him at a Cincinnati bar in July. He apologized in court for his conduct.
Jones had been ordered to complete 50 hours of community service in addition to probation and pay a $250 fine plus court costs.
Jones’ career has been marked by repeated arrests. He’s now a free agent after completing a two-year deal with Cincinnati.
He also has played for Tennessee and Dallas.
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