University of Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield pleads not guilty in public intoxication case

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- University of Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield has pled not guilty after an incident in Fayetteville, reports KFOR.

Mayfield was arrested on February 25 for public intoxication, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and fleeing.

According to an arrest report, officers responded to an assault and battery call in which Mayfield said he tried to break up a fight.

Once they arrived, police say they noticed that Mayfield was covered in food and had a hard time walking.

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The report also stated that Mayfield had to be tacked by officers after he tried to run away.

In March, police released video of the incident that shows Mayfield being tackled by police after fleeing from several officers.

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