Case Against Buccaneers LB Geno Hayes Closed Without Finding Guilt

Stephen Holder of the St. Petersburg Times reports the case against Bucs linebacker Geno Hayes, who was arrested in December on charges of disorderly conduct and trespassing, is closed, said his attorney, Andrew Shein. Prosecutors reached an agreement with Hayes that resulted in the disorderly conduct charge being dropped while he pleaded no contest to the trespassing charge. Both charges were misdemeanors, stemming from a late-night confrontation with club security and a police officer at Tampa’s Blue Martini nightclub. The court will withhold adjudication on the trespassing charge. Hayes will not be required to perform community service or serve any other sentence. He must pay $265 in court costs.

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