Lions Defensive Back Cameron Sutton Wanted in Florida for Aggravated Battery Charge

Lions Defensive Back Cameron Sutton Wanted in Florida for Aggravated Battery Charge

Lions defensive back Cameron Sutton is currently wanted by the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office in Florida on a charge of aggravated battery – domestic violence. The announcement was made on Wednesday, revealing that Sutton has been evading authorities since the incident occurred on March 7.

According to the Sheriff’s Office spokesperson, the incident took place around 4:35 in the morning, and it was reported as a domestic violence call. The alleged victim’s identity has not been disclosed for their safety.

Efforts to contact Sutton have been unsuccessful, with the Sheriff’s Office stating that he has been avoiding their inquiries. Despite attempts to reach him via phone calls, Sutton has not responded, leading authorities to believe that he may have turned off or disposed of his phone. Additionally, he has not been found at his home or other known locations.

Police have provided information regarding Sutton’s possible whereabouts, stating that he might be driving a Jeep Grand Wagoneer with a Florida license plate reading AZ33QB.

Cameron Sutton, 29, played a significant role for the Lions last season, starting in all 20 regular-season and playoff games. He signed a three-year contract worth $33 million with the Lions in the previous offseason after spending his first five NFL seasons with the Steelers. In the 2023-24 regular season, Sutton recorded one interception and 65 combined tackles.

Author: CrimeDoor

1 Response

  1. How should professional sports teams handle situations where their players are involved in criminal charges, particularly those related to domestic violence?

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