Friday evening we check the not-so-shocking roundup of SERIOUS GUN CHARGES confronting one of the top ballers for the Kansas City Chiefs.
Two things worth considering . . .
Local newsies and sports fanbois tend to think that these charges aren't such a big deal and everybody will forget about this hot mess by playoff time.
However . . .
FELONY GUN CHARGES ARE NO JOKE!!! AND 3 YEARS OF JAIL TIME WOULD DESTROY FRANK CLARK'S FOOTBALL CAREER!!!
This kind of case threatens to impact this all-pro FOR YEARS and the legal fight ahead would dominate the life of anybody who was charged in a similar circumstance.
And then . . .
IN A CITY PLAGUED BY GUN DEADLY VIOLENCE: HOW SHOULD THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS RESPOND?!?!
Obviously he's innocent until proven guilty and the outcome will likely be some kind of diversion or probation given a lack of any real criminal history.
However . . .
We're talking about an example that will be watched by MILLIONS in the entire metro area and the decision will serve as a touchstone for how hundreds of thousands of locals regard gun law penalties.
Check the links . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark has been formally charged in Los Angeles County on felony gun possession. Clark was arrested on June 20 in Los Angeles - his second arrest this offseason - after police said he was illegally in possession of a weapon.
Following some breaking news at Six Chiefs defensive end frank, Clark is now charged with a felony and we just heard back from the L. A. County district attorney and we are told that this is from a gun case Back in March. Clark is charged with possession of an assault weapon.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark was formally charged Friday nearly four months after he was arrested in Beverly Hills, California, on suspicion of possessing an assault weapon.
LOS ANGELES, CA (KCTV) --- Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark has been charged with a felony in Los Angeles County, according to the District Attorney's Office in Los Angeles County. It's a weapons felony charge from the March 13th arrest. He is due in court next week.
Chiefs' Frank Clark charged with possession of assault weapon, faces up to three years in prison, per report
Kansas City Chiefs veteran defensive end Frank Clark has been formally charged with felony possession of an assault weapon, according to The Kansas City Star . The L.A. County District Attorney's office formally made the charge on Friday and the 28-year-old is now facing up to three years in prison if convicted.
Kansas City Chiefs Paul Kasabian Featured Columnist II AP Photo/Charlie Riedel Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark was charged with felony possession of an assault weapon Friday after police said they saw an Uzi in the 28-year-old's Lamborghini during a routine traffic stop June 20 in Los Angeles, per TMZ Sports.
NFL superstar Frank Clark is now facing up to 3 YEARS behind bars ... after prosecutors hit him with a felony charge of possession of an assault weapon Friday, TMZ Sports has learned. We're told Clark was arrested by California Highway Patrol on March 13th after allegedly being caught with an illegal firearm shortly after midnight.
You decide . . .