Janikowski arrested after bar fight
Sebastian Janikowski will kick for the Raiders on Monday Night Football, ESPN's Ed Werder reports, despite reportedly being arrested Saturday after getting into a bar fight in Walnut Creek, Calif.
The Raiders play the Broncos in Denver, and Janikowski is with the team, Werder reports.
Janikowski was arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor assault, misdemeanor vandalism and being drunk in public after a fight broke out at Slates Supper Club, Lt. Steve Skinner said. The story was first reported in Monday's editions of the Contra Costa Times.
Several people told police officers that Janikowski, who was described by the police as "very intoxicated," had assaulted them. Skinner also said Janikowski is suspected of breaking the mirrors off of several cars parked near the restaurant.
None of the alleged victims suffered serious injuries, Skinner said. Janikowski was taken to county jail in Martinez, Calif., and was bailed out Sunday morning after posting $2,500 bail, Contra Costa County sheriff's spokesman Jimmy Lee said.
Skinner said Janikowski wasn't very cooperative with officers but didn't resist arrest.
This incident is the latest of Janikowski's several scrapes with the law, dating back to his college days at Florida State University.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.
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