On Wednesday, shocking news came down regarding Lynn Bowden who was seen on a photo in handcuffs while the home of his family member was searched by U.S. Marshals and DEA agents.
His mother made sure the world knew that it was not his home and he was not placed under arrest.
“Please stop my son is not arrested that’s not his home it’s our grandmas house and she’s never been in trouble in her entire life so the information is very inaccurate”
Soon after his mother spoke, the Las Vegas Raiders’ agent released a statement to further explain that Bowden was not in any type of trouble.
The Youngstown, Ohio, home the Las Vegas Raiders third-round draft pick was staying at was raided by Drug Enforcement Agency agents, U.S. Marshals and local police. Evidence, including handguns and loaded assault weapons, were seized from the house.
The DEA released a statement saying there have been no arrests or charges from the raid.
“According to Special Agent in Charge Keith Martin … early this morning DEA, with the assistance of U.S. Marshals and local law enforcement officers, executed a search warrant at a residence on Superior Street in Youngstown, Ohio,” the DEA said. “No arrests were made and no public charges have been filed at this time. This is an ongoing investigation and no additional information is available at this time.”