Top 10 Dallas Cowboys Arrests of All Time

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Top 10 Dallas Cowboys Arrests of All Time
 

 
Top 10 Dallas Cowboys Arrests of All Time.

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 TOP 10 DALLAS COWBOY ARRESTS OF ALL-TIME « Mike Responts: The Blog


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10. Rafael Septien: January 22, 1987

Former Cowboys kicker, Rafael Septien, was indicted in Dallas County, Texas on a charge of “indecency with a child.” He was accused of having s3x with a 10-year-old girl. The charges were later ammendended to “aggravated child molestation.” On April 9th of that year Septien pled guilty to a single charge of “indecency with a child.” And what type of sentence did the now-convicted child molester get? Probation. Don’t forget, this was Dallas County (the court did fine Septien a whopping $ 2,000). That’s right, Septien didn’t spend a single day in jail for being convicted of molesting a child.

At least the kicker felt enough remorse to flee the country. He moved to Mexico after the conviction. (Cancun, in case you were thinking of making a trip. Probably best to leave the kids at home.) Too bad the folks in the Dallas County Prosecutor’s Office were incapable of feeling the same amount of shame. The country would be better off if Septien had taken them with him.

This whole story sickens me, so let’s just move on.


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9. Dwayne Goodrich: January 15, 2003

On the evening of Jan. 14 , 2003 , defensive back Dwayne Goodrich, an active member of the Cowboys at the time, was arrested on two counts of vehicular manslaughter. Apparently these two guys:


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saw a burning vehicle on the side of the road of a Dallas freeway. The good samaritans pulled over to help and rushed to pull the driver out of the burning vehicle. Unfortunately, before they could heroically rescue the man from the burning car, Goodrich plowed into them with his silver BMW doing 110 mph k!lling the would be do-gooders. He then fled the scene of the crime before being arrested the next day.

Additional charges were later added. On Sept. 8, 2003 Goodrich was convicted on two counts of vehicular homicide and sentenced to seven and a half years in prison. In 2006 prosecutor’s and the victims families were successful in lobbying to add five more years to Goodrich’s sentence.


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8. Larry Bethea: August 1987

This former Cowboys defensive lineman was arrested and later convicted of stealing $ 64,000 from his own mother. Amazingly, Bethea is one of TWO Dallas Cowboys who were accused of stealing their mothers life savings!

While on probation for that crime, Bethea, a former first round draft pick by the Cowboys, k!lled himself in 1987. Apparently he spent all of mom’s money and police were coming to arrest him for a pair of armed robberies. Bethea shot himself in the head.

But hey, he played for Tom Landry, so at least he believed in Jesus.

7. Dexter Clinkscale 1998

They say in politics you never want to get caught in bed with a dead girl or a live boy. That explains the end of former Cowboys defensive back, Dexter Clinkscale’s, budding political career before it ever really got started. Clinkscale was arrested for having s3xual relations and molesting an 18-year-old “boy” in 1998. That put an immediate end to him running for political office in Texas but didn’t prevent him from being named the director of sports for the Reverend Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow/PUSH coalition. (and lecturing Major League Baseball about the IMMORALITY of their hiring practices.)


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6. Harvey Martin August 13, 1996

After “smoking crack all evening” this former end on the “Doomsday Defense” was arrested for domestic violence. It was the former Dallas star’s third arrest in five months. All involved beating a woman. He eventually took a plea deal on domestic violence and cocaine charges and was sentenced to eight months of rehab. He died on Christmas Eve 2001.

Here’s the grave of the most prolific woman beater and crack smoker in Dallas Cowboys history:

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5. Bob Hayes 1978

A couple of years after his playing career ended, former Cowboys star receiver Bob Hayes was arrested for distributing cocaine. Hayes was so fast he is reputed to be the reason NFL teams came up with zone defenses.

A true sports pioneer, Hayes was the first track star to make the transition to professional football.

He also had another pioneering distinction. “Bullet” Bob was the first world-famous athlete who was convicted of being a drug dealer. Hayes went to prison in April 1979 after he was caught personally delivering cocaine to an undercover police officer. Apparently being “The World’s Fastest Human” wasn’t enough for him to outrun the long arm of the law.

Bob Hayes once held the world record for the 100 yard dash. He actually ran it in 9.1 seconds (and this was in the 1960′s!)

Here’s Hayes as an American hero after winning an Olympic Gold Medal:

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Hayes died on September 18, 2002 and is the only coke dealer in the Dallas Cowboys “Ring of Honor.” So far.


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4. Lance Rentzel 1970

This former star wide receiver was arrested for exposing himself to a 10-year-old girl. When he was arrested, Rentzel was married to actress Joey Heatherton (arguably one of the world’s most beautiful women at the time.)

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I’ve been pretty careful so far to source and link a lot of references while writing this post. On this one, what’s the point? Rentzel himself tried to capitalize on the incident and wrote a really horrible book about it.


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Besides, who could make up a story like this???? I can only imagine the conversation Rentzel had with himself that fateful day:

Lance Rentzel: “Hmmm. What should I do today? Go inside the house and hit this…”

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or Lance Rentzel: “Nah, I think I’ll go bother the neighbor’s kid.”

Heatherton divorced Rentzel shortly after the episode.

Rentzel actually had the nerve to whine about how the public “perceived” him and how unfair it was for the Cowboys to release him. He told Sport magazine, ”There are parts of it…like the hate mail. And the Lance Rentzel jokes: I’ve heard them all. And it hurts, because as I’ve said many times, I feel like I have some good qualities too.”


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3. Thomas “Hollywood” Henderson November 8, 1983

In November of 1983 colorful former Cowboys linebacker Thomas “Hollywood” Henderson was arrested for smoking crack with two under-aged teenage girls. He was accused of threatening them with a gun and s3xually a.ssaulting them. Henderson claims he gave the girls crack in exchange for consensual s3x. One of the girls was described as a “paraplegic minor.” He pled “no contest’ and received a sentence of eight months in rehab then spent two years in prison.

Henderson says his “Hollywood” persona died on that November day in 1983. Since then he has devoted his life to charity and community service work. Henderson even won the Texas lottery in 2000 taking home $ 28 million.


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2. Nate Newton November 4, 2001

Looking to expand his employment opportunities following his career as a hefty NFL offensive lineman, Nate Newton was arrested with 213 ponds of marijuana in his car. That alone would be impressive enough but FIVE WEEKS LATER he was caught transporting another 175 pounds of weed.

After his jail sentence Nate Newton became a sports talk show host. Of course.


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1. Michael Irvin March 4, 1996

The most famous Cowboy arrest of them all! (Like there was any doubt who was going to end up # 1 on this list!) Actually, Irvin would likely have multiple spots here but I tried to spread the wealth.

In March of 1996 police burst through the door of Irvin’s hotel room. He was celebrating his 30th birthday and as police poured into the room Irvin was apparently snorting cocaine off of a stripper’s brea$t.

After a circus trial (which Irvin attended wearing a full-length mink coat) ”The Playmaker” eventually plead “no contest” and was sentenced to community service, and ordered to pay a $ 10,000 fine .

40 comments for "Top 10 Dallas Cowboys Arrests of All Time"

 7 years ago '04        #2
erickonasis 20 heat pts20
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what are u gonna fill the board with Dallas threads now? We get it ..Dallas sucks this year. Would be ashame if somehow u guys managed to lose
 7 years ago '04        #3
chctynig2804 2 heat pts
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lol so thas where they got that s**t from on any given sunday...i must be late as hell on that
 7 years ago '04        #4
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 Grisly said:
In March of 1996 police burst through the door of Irvin’s hotel room. He was celebrating his 30th birthday and as police poured into the room Irvin was apparently snorting cocaine off of a stripper’s brea$t.
Irvin's a G for that one
 12-09-2010, 01:46 PM         #5
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 erickonasis said:
what are u gonna fill the board with Dallas threads now? We get it ..Dallas sucks this year. Would be ashame if somehow u guys managed to lose


It was real nice and quiet this week until this idiot started to post Threads related to the Cowboys today..

I know we're gonna lose but im laugh if we upset the eagles

I just need Vick to k!ll it.
 12-09-2010, 01:47 PM         #6
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Nothing but Class from Eagles fans I see...

Who could have expected anything different?
 7 years ago '04        #7
Prodigy 36 heat pts36
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ay Grisly.....

































Go outside.
 12-09-2010, 01:48 PM         #8
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He's goin in on those d*ck head cowboys with all these threads:agreement6:, Wheres that "My n*gga" pic from Training Day at when you need it
 7 years ago '06        #9
titanreese 13 heat pts13
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Read the whole thing....Pretty interesting stuff
 7 years ago '04        #10
Grisly 29 heat pts29 OP
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 Prodigy said:
ay Grisly.....

































Go outside.
i'm at work. go get a job f**kface.
 7 years ago '04        #11
Grisly 29 heat pts29 OP
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lmao @ Cowboys and Giants fans gettin they feathers ruffled cus i posted two threads in like the last month. go change your diapers f**gots.
 12-09-2010, 02:05 PM         #12
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lmao @ Cowboys and Giants fans gettin they feathers ruffled cus i posted two threads in like the last month. go change your diapers f**gots.
go bump your kevin kolb thread..
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 unkoricky said:
go bump your kevin kolb thread..
rather go smoke a blunt and bump your mom you lame.
 12-09-2010, 02:44 PM         #14
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 Grisly said:
rather go smoke a blunt and bump your mom you lame.

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Grisly 29 heat pts29 OP
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 unkoricky said:

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if only your life was too.
 7 years ago '08        #16
primetime 60 heat pts60
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Remember watching a story on that Dwayne Goodrich incident...s**t is so horrible
 7 years ago '07        #17
Chris Cassius 
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 Grisly said:


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9. Dwayne Goodrich: January 15, 2003

On the evening of Jan. 14 , 2003 , defensive back Dwayne Goodrich, an active member of the Cowboys at the time, was arrested on two counts of vehicular manslaughter. Apparently these two guys:


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saw a burning vehicle on the side of the road of a Dallas freeway. The good samaritans pulled over to help and rushed to pull the driver out of the burning vehicle. Unfortunately, before they could heroically rescue the man from the burning car, Goodrich plowed into them with his silver BMW doing 110 mph k!lling the would be do-gooders. He then fled the scene of the crime before being arrested the next day.

Additional charges were later added. On Sept. 8, 2003 Goodrich was convicted on two counts of vehicular homicide and sentenced to seven and a half years in prison. In 2006 prosecutor’s and the victims families were successful in lobbying to add five more years to Goodrich’s sentence.
I remember reading about this on the Dallascowboys site the day after this happened, what a piece of s**t

If I remember correctly one of the guys was still attached to his car when he got home
 7 years ago '05        #18
BoSox84 
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Michael Irvin >>>
 7 years ago '06        #19
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[quote]
 Grisly said:
9. Dwayne Goodrich: January 15, 2003

On the evening of Jan. 14 , 2003 , defensive back Dwayne Goodrich, an active member of the Cowboys at the time, was arrested on two counts of vehicular manslaughter. Apparently these two guys:


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saw a burning vehicle on the side of the road of a Dallas freeway. The good samaritans pulled over to help and rushed to pull the driver out of the burning vehicle. Unfortunately, before they could heroically rescue the man from the burning car, Goodrich plowed into them with his silver BMW doing 110 mph k!lling the would be do-gooders. He then fled the scene of the crime before being arrested the next day.

Additional charges were later added. On Sept. 8, 2003 Goodrich was convicted on two counts of vehicular homicide and sentenced to seven and a half years in prison. In 2006 prosecutor’s and the victims families were successful in lobbying to add five more years to Goodrich’s sentence.
Wow what a f**king lowlife piece of s**t. How is he #8 but someone caught snorting coke was at #1? f**ked up list but nonetheless this guy is a piece of garbage
 7 years ago '06        #20
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