Bills’ Donte Whitner Placed on Three Month Probation


Oct 27, 2009

CLEVELAND — Buffalo Bills defensive back Donte Whitner has been placed in a first-time offenders program with
probation for three months for a disorderly conduct case in Cleveland.

Whitner was arrested in April on allegations of trying to
force his way past police officers dealing with a crowd outside a nightclub. He
was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

Municipal Court Judge Angela Stokes on Monday approved
Whitner's participation in the diversion program. Whitner must report to a
probation officer monthly and avoid trouble.

The prosecutor's office didn't object to Whitner's
participation, and the probation department reviewed his case and said Whitner

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