We talked to new Seattle Seahawks cornerback Tharold Simon, who provided us his version of what happened on Thursday evening when he was charged with public intimidation, resisting arrest and unnecessary noise in his hometown of Eunice, La.
“It’s my fault,” he said. “I mean I shouldn’t have been parked on the side of the road. But I was just chillin’ in my grandmother’s house. And my car was parked on the side of the road by my grandmother’s house. And I seen a car pull up, and it looked like a cop car.
“So I went out there. And when I went out there, he told me to move the car. And when I moved the car. And when I turned the car on the music was up. And so when I pulled up in the driveway, he told me to give him my license. And I gave him my license.