Per Cincinnati Enquirer courts and breaking news reporter Kevin Grasha, a judge set $37,500 in bonds for Jones' release. Felony charges for the case involve spitting on a jail nurse and deputy, after originally being arrested for misdemeanors including pushing and poking a man in the eyes. Jones also resisted arrest and head-butted an officer in the process, per police records.
In his court appearance this morning, Jones' attorney stated the Bengals cornerback "vehemently denies" the accusations, which include the above incident. According to the Enquirer, it occurred at the Millennium Hotel, though, other reports state it occurred at the Tin Roof and that his arrest happened at the Hyatt Regency Hotel.
The Bengals have released the following statement on Jones’ arrest.
We are aware and working to gather full information, but policy is that it's inappropriate for the Club to comment on unresolved legal matters.We are aware and working to gather full information, but policy is that it's inappropriate for the Club to comment on unresolved legal matters.
We’ll have more information on this story as it becomes available.
Update: Jones will be spending at least all of Tuesday in jail.
Breaking: Adam Jones will spend night in jail, official says. Judge has ordered DNA sample. Nurse not available until Wednesday a.m.— Kevin Grasha (@kgrasha) January 3, 2017