Jeremy Trueblood, Tampa Bay Buccaneer Busted For Vacation Shenanigans

July 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The military has an acronym for just about everything.
TAD stands for Temporary Active Duty, or as my good friends on duty laughingly call it, "Traveling Around Drunk."
Per news outlets in Indianapolis, Buccaneers tackle Jeremy Trueblood went TAD Tuesday night outside his hometown.
According to Fox affiliate WXIN-TV, the Bucs' starting offensive lineman got, well, offensive at a convenience store.
The station reports that Trueblood was riding in a car that stopped at a gas station for directions. The car was driven by Trueblood's mother, Wanda.
The reports tell us Trueblood was perhaps a little rowdy; law enforcement officers were dispatched and Trueblood ended up under arrest along with a fellow named Benjamin McKenny.
Officers were called to the scene around 10 p.m., and Trueblood, described as "disruptive," was arrested around 10:30 per Maj. Derek Towell of the Greenville, Indiana police.
The good news is that Sir Jeremy was not driving—...

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