Currently a linebacker for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the Canadian Football League, JoJuan Armour, 30, of 1625 Avondale Ave., was charged with obstructing official business and resisting arrest. An officer was patrolling the 200 block of North Huron about 2:10 a.m. yesterday when he observed a fight. He approached the scene, and found Darrell Gillard, 26, unconscious and lying in the street. The officer ordered everyone to stop fighting and get on the ground, according to a police report. The men refused to stop fighting. The officer used Mace on the group. Mr. Armour was ordered to the ground. When he refused, the officer took him to the ground, according to the report.
Mr. Armour then got up and threw the officer to the ground. The officer was able to get Mr. Armour to the ground again, and — with the help of another officer — arrested him, the report said.
Bengals strong safety Jojuan Armour is to appear in Hamilton County Municipal Court today to answer an assault charge.
Nathaniel Brooks of Fiesta Drive in Forest Park filed a complaint claiming that Mr. Armour assaulted him during a scuffle in the parking lot of a Forest Park nightclub on Sept. 14.
Ex-NFL, City League player charged in brawl [Toledo Blade]
Bengal Armour has court date today [Enquirer]