VIDEO: Fayetteville police release video of Baker Mayfield's February arrest
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KTUL) -- Police video of Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield's February arrest in Fayetteville was released Friday.
Mayfield, 21, was charged with public intoxication, disorderly conduct and fleeing/resisting arrest after a disturbance on Dickson Street Feb. 25. He posted bond and was released from jail before his initial court appearance, which he was not required to attend.
Prosecutor Brian Thomas says the Heisman Trophy finalist could avoid jail time if he pleads guilty and agrees to pay a fine.
Days after the arrest, Mayfield posted a public apology to Twitter, saying he would earn back the respect of OU leadership, his family, friends and fans.