LIONS SAY BRUCE'S STATUS NOT AFFECTED BY POLICE INCIDENT
THE CANADIAN PRESS
11/14/2011 1:58:25 PM
SURREY, B.C. --
An apparent parking infraction involving B.C. Lions slotback Arland Bruce III triggered a brief club statement and not much else Monday.
"There was an incident," head coach/GM Wally Buono told reporters Monday. "We were made aware of it. Hopefully it's not any more than maybe a small irritant.
"At the end of it, it doesn't affect Arland's position on the football club. We are just going to move forward."
Const. Lindsey Houghton, a Vancouver police spokesman, said privacy issues prevent police from releasing any further information.
It's unlikely there will be any further investigation into the matter or that charges will be laid, Houghton said.
The Lions players had the day off in the buildup to Sunday's West final against the Edmonton Eskimos.