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NASHVILLE, Tenn. Tennessee Titans outside linebacker Bud Dupree showed up at the Davidson County courthouse on Friday, according to the Metro Nashville Police Department.
Dupree was booked shortly after noon. 9, before he was released, according to a spokesman for the MNPD.
Dupree was issued a case in January in which he charged him with assault after an altercation with an employee at a Walgreens in Nashville.
According to the MNPD, the incident took place after a verbal altercation between the 20-year-old male employee and some people who had entered the store.
The subjects then entered the store again with Dupree, who allegedly grabbed the employee and his phone and then was involved in a physical altercation with the employee before leaving. The employee was treated after receiving a wound in the forehead, and a female employee was treated after receiving a wound on one hand.
Dupree is scheduled to return to the Davidson County Courthouse for a April 22 conciliation hearing. Dupree recently ended his first season with the Titans after signing a $ 82.5 million five-year contract as a free agent in March.