NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt has surrendered to police on two outstanding warrants alleging that he provided inaccurate information on separate driver's license applications.
Britt was briefly booked into jail in Nashville on Wednesday before posting a $2,000 bond, according to Nashville police. Police spokesman Don Aaron told WKRN-TV that Britt was not at home when officers attempted to serve him on April 14 with the misdemeanor charges issued by the Tennessee Highway Patrol.
Britt also faces a charge of resisting arrest in his home state of New Jersey earlier this month after detectives suspected he was carrying a marijuana cigar at a carwash. The former Rutgers star also recently pleaded guilty to motor vehicle violations related to a speeding arrest in his native Bayonne (BAY'-ohn).
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