A former Detroit Lions player is in police custody


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According to a press release from the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, former NFL cornerback Cameron Sutton has turned himself in to Florida authorities almost one month after an arrest warrant was issued for him on charges of domestic battery by strangulation.

According to the Sheriff’s office, Sutton turned himself in at 8:24 p.m. m. ET at Tampa, Florida’s Orient Road Jail on Sunday. HCSO: Last week, Sutton’s lawyer informed the sheriff’s office that Sutton intended to turn himself in.

Since responding to Sutton’s home in Lutz, Florida on March 7th following a “verbal altercation turned physical,” authorities have been looking for him, as CNN previously reported.

“This man has finally made the right decision to turn himself in after eluding law enforcement for weeks,” Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister stated. “Domestic violence has no place in our community, and no one is above the law.”. As she recovers from this man’s horrific acts, my thoughts are with this woman. “.

For comment, CNN has contacted Sutton’s representative and lawyer.

On March 21, the NFC North division champion Detroit Lions announced on X that Sutton, a seven-year NFL veteran, had been released.

Sutton made 65 combined tackles last season with one interception for the Lions, starting all 17 games during the regular season. In the three playoff games that the Lions participated in, he recorded eight total tackles.

After graduating from Jonesboro, Georgia, high school, Sutton played collegiately at the University of Tennessee.

Jacob Lev of CNN helped with this report.

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