Mike Richardson, the previous Chicago Bears superstar cornerback who was once part of the Tremendous Bowl XX workforce, was once arrested Wednesday on homicide fees in Arizona.
Richardson, 59, was once arrested in reference to the loss of life of 47-year-old Ronald Like, in keeping with KNXV-TV. Maricopa County inmate information display Richardson faces fees of second-degree homicide and ownership of a weapon by way of a prohibited particular person, in addition to fees of drug ownership with intent to sale.
He’s due in court docket on Jan. 6 and is being hung on $1 million bond.
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Investigators mentioned Like was once found out with a gunshot wound at an intersection in Phoenix and was once rushed to the medical institution the place he later died, in keeping with the Arizona Republic.
Richardson was once a celebrity defensive again at Arizona State sooner than turning professional. The Bears decided on Richardson in the second one spherical of the 1983 draft. He began 14 out of 16 video games his rookie season. Within the workforce’s championship-winning 1985 season, Richardson had 4 interceptions and one landing. He was once additionally featured within the iconic “Tremendous Bowl Shuffle” track video.
He performed with the Bears for 6 seasons – 1983 to 1988 – and performed 3 video games with the San Francisco 49ers in 1989.
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Then again, Richardson’s newest arrest isn’t the primary on his rap sheet.
Phoenix police had arrested Richardson two times in 2020 and he was once jailed in Maricopa County, accused of robbery and drug ownership, in keeping with KNVX-TV.
ESPN and the Chicago Tribune had detailed that Richardson were convicted of greater than 20 crimes between 1992 and 2008.
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ESPN reported in 2010 that Richardson was once launched from custody and had 10 years of a 13-year jail sentence lower after an appellate pass judgement on in California decided he didn’t violate his probation in 2008.