The arrest occurred between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Thursday. Jeudy is not charged with physical violence.

ENGLAND, CALARIA – Denver Broncos receiver Jerry Judy was arrested Thursday and is in custody at the Arapaho County Detention Center.

John Bartman, a spokesman for the Arapaho County Sheriff’s Office, confirmed to 9NEWS that Judy is in custody. The office said Judy was being held on charges of second-degree criminal manipulation with domestic violence.

Deputies were dispatched around 10:15 a.m. after the woman called 911 to call for “keep the peace,” Sheriff Tyler Brown said.

Brown said the woman reported that Judy locked her purse and their child’s medical records in her car and did not give her access. She told lawmakers she tried to leave the house, but he wouldn’t let her, according to Brown.

Judy is not charged with any physical violence, and a domestic violence intensifier has been added because he has an intimate relationship and a child with a woman who called 911, according to Brown. According to him, a one-month-old baby was present during the incident.

According to Brown, the crime Judy is accused of is a low-level misdemeanor, but he said the sheriff’s office takes all domestic violence cases seriously.

Judy was taken into custody without incident between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Brown said. 23-year-old Judy is not yet officially booked.

Judy is due to appear for a consultation in Arapaho County Court at 8:30 a.m. Friday. Until the hearing takes place, he is kept under a no-show, which is standard for cases of domestic violence. Jeudy’s papers were not completed in time for the trial to take place on Thursday.

Bartman said there is no special regime, so when Jeudy is booked depends on how busy the insulator is. Brown said 30 to 75 people are treated per day.

A temporary protection order will be imposed that prevents Judy from coming into contact with the woman and child, which, according to Brown, is standard for cases of domestic violence.

“We are aware of the Jerry Judy case and are in the process of gathering additional information,” the Broncos said in a statement.

Jeudy was the Broncos ’pick in the first round of the draft, at No. 15 overall in the 2020 NFL Draft. As a rookie he made 52 catches for 856 yards and three touchdowns. After an encouraging offseason, training camp and preseason last year, Judy received a high ankle sprain at the opening of the Broncos season at the New York Giants and was withdrawn from the field in the next seven games. He is back in the last nine games but finished with a disappointing 38 catches at 467 yards and a zero touchdown.

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