Former Clemson Defensive Back, Bashaud Breeland, was arrested up near Charlotte, NC Tuesday. According to the York County Detention Center website Breeland was charged with resisting arrest, transport of alcohol in motor vehicle with the seal broken, open container of beer or wine in motor vehicle, possession of 28 grams or less of marijuana or 10 grams of hash, and driving without a license.
Breeland is the second former Tiger to be arrested in the last week. Former Clemson linebacker, Ben Boulware, was arrested Saturday in Greenville County for driving under the influence and with an open container of alcohol.
KC Chiefs' Bashaud Breeland Arrested For Booze, Weed, Resisting Arrest https://t.co/6JVSSJsHZe— TMZ (@TMZ) April 29, 2020
Breeland recently resigned with the Chiefs (a one year $4.5 million contract). He, along with former Tigers, Sammy Watkins and Dorian O’Daniel helped Kansas City win the Super Bowl. He recorded a team high, seven, tackles and had a key interception in the second quarter of Kansas City’s win over the San Francisco 49ers.
The Allendale native played at Clemson from 2011-13. Breeland left for the NFL after his junior season. He finished his college career with 136 tackles and six interceptions.