|Aug. 14, 2016 11:38 AM PT12:38 PM MT1:38 PM CT2:38 PM ET18:38 GMT2:38 AM 北京时间11:38 AM MST1:38 PM EST1:38 PM CT22:38 UAE14:38 ET17:38 - Mason was involved in another incident with police at his Florida residence in late July, according to a report from TMZ.
Analysis: The report stated that Mason was spinning the tires of an ATV at a public park to draw the attention of police, who followed the running back to his home and attempted to speak with him before issuing a citation. It's the sixth known run-in that Mason has had with police since March, one of which authorities needed to use a stun gun to subdue him. Mason is currently on the reserve/did not report list after failing to show up for training camp.
|Aug. 1, 2016 6:37 AM PT7:37 AM MT8:37 AM CT9:37 AM ET13:37 GMT9:37 PM 北京时间6:37 AM MST8:37 AM EST8:37 AM CT17:37 UAE9:37 ET12:37 - Mason was officially placed on the Reserve/Did Not Report list when the Rams began training camp last week and was previously excused from OTAs for what the team labeled "personal reasons."
Analysis: Per reports, Mason had at least five police incidents in the offseason, a span of four months. His family encouraged Mason to consider treatment. Rams coach Jeff Fisher said Mason has been incommunicado for weeks. Fisher last had a conversation with Mason when the Rams were in St. Louis. "I haven't personally spoken with Tre since the season ended," Fisher said. "I tried numerous times to reach him. Tre has made a decision not to communicate with us, not to talk."
|Apr. 14, 2016 3:49 PM PT4:49 PM MT5:49 PM CT6:49 PM ET22:49 GMT6:49 AM 北京时间3:49 PM MST5:49 PM EST5:49 PM CT2:49 UAE (+1)18:49 ET21:49 - A South Florida judge has issued an arrest warrant for Los Angeles Rams player Tre Mason, who was arrested last month on reckless driving and marijuana possession charges.
Analysis: Online court records show that Mason missed a Monday hearing in Broward County, prompting the arrest warrant. Police in Hollywood, Florida, say Mason refused orders to get out of his sports car on March 5 after he was pulled over for going twice the speed limit in a 35-mile-per-hour zone. Officers say they used a stun gun on Mason twice.
|Mar. 6, 2016 3:26 PM PT4:26 PM MT5:26 PM CT6:26 PM ET23:26 GMT7:26 AM 北京时间4:26 PM MST6:26 PM EST5:26 PM CT3:26 UAE (+1)18:26 ET22:26 - Mason was subdued with a stun gun twice when he refused to cooperate with officers who were arresting him in South Florida for reckless driving and marijuana possession, police in Hollywood, Florida, said Sunday.
Analysis: Mason refused orders to get out of his Porsche sports car Saturday afternoon after he was pulled over for going more than twice the speed limit in a 35-mile-per-hour zone along a beachside road, according to a police report released by the Hollywood Police Department. Mason refused to give the patrol officer his name or provide identification, and the officer smelled marijuana in the car.