Notre Dame wide receiver Will Mahone was "highly intoxicated" when he was arrested Sunday in his hometown of Austintown, Ohio, according to the police report of the incident.
The report states Mahone was headbutting and punching cars when approached by a police officer, who asked him to calm down. Mahone said "f*** you, white boy" to the police officer, who subsequently restrained him. Mahone was ordered to give the officer his right arm to be cuffed and refused.
When Mahone was told he was under arrest, he threatened to kill the police officer. Mahone repeated that threat multiple times during the course of his arrest.
A "spit net" was placed on Mahone when he was put in the police car because he was spitting on the seats and windows of the cruiser.
When Mahone, who had a laceration above his left eye, was told he was being taken to a local hospital he said, according to the report, "good get me out of these cuffs and I'll kill you and all them b****** there."
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On the way to the Mahoning County Justice Center, where Mahone was booked into jail, according to the police report, he told the officer transporting him "bro when I get out I got a Glock 9 for your a**," referring to a type of handgun.