Ravens player charged in Arlington after allegedly smashing vehicles, building with a ‘metal object’

A Baltimore Ravens defensive lineman is facing charges in Arlington after police found him smashing vehicles with what they described as a metal object over the weekend.

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Broderick Washington, 24, of Baltimore was charged with five counts of misdemeanor destruction of property, felony destruction of property and tampering with a vehicle.

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Police began investigating early in the morning on Sunday when they responded to the 2300 block of South 24th Street after multiple reports.

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When they arrived, they allegedly found Washington at the scene and took him into custody.

Along with the vehicles, Washington allegedly damaged an entry door and a window at a home.

The Ravens have since provided a statement on Washington's arrest:

We are aware of the matter involving Broderick Washington. We have spoken with Broderick about this matter and will continue to monitor the situation.