Correction to thread title - Crabtree was in San Francisco rather than Atlanta at the time of the alleged assault
Moronic behavior by pro atheltes that occurs in Atlanta involves "forgetting" you have a firearm in your carry on baggage when your visit TSA at Hartsfield-Jackson Airport
NFL football player is facing charges after police said he tried to board a plane at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport with a gun.
Cincinnati Bengals right tackle Andre Smith sat shackled in a Clayton County courtroom Friday as his family members looked on. He stayed silent as his attorney spoke for him.
Smith is accused of attempting to take a black .380-caliber handgun in his carry-on bag through the security checkpoint at the airport Thursday afternoon.
TSA agents discovered it, and Atlanta police arrested Smith. His attorney told Channel 2’s Tom Jones he's sorry the football player from Alabama was arrested.
"He did not know that there was a firearm in his luggage," attorney Brian Steel said.
Atlanta has consistently led the nation in guns confiscated at airport security checkpoints