UPDATE: The warrant has been lifted.
Spoke to Ed O'Donnell, the attorney for Jets WR Robby Anderson, who said the warrant issued for his client has been lifted. O'Donnell said it was a clerical error by the court. Anderson wasn't notified of the court date, hence his absence yesterday. Next court date July 19.— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) May 3, 2018
Andy Slater, a Florida based radio host, reports a warrant has been issued for the arrest of Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson.
Once again, New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson has caught trouble in South Florida.
According to multiple sources, an arrest warrant has been issued for Anderson.
This all stems from a driving arrest back in January.
Anderson or an attorney was supposed to appear in court on Tuesday. However, that didn’t happen.
We will share more when we know more.
UPDATE: The Daily News contacted Anderson’s lawyer, who had the following to say.
“I received no notice,” Anderson’s attorney, Ed O’Donnell told the Daily News Wednesday night. “Robby received no notice. And the bondsman received no notice. A written plea of Not Guilty was filed on January 29th. Since that date, we’ve never gotten any notice to be in court for this matter. I intend to take care of this (Thursday)…. First I got to figure out where it is. I didn’t even know who issued the warrant for non-appearance…. Craziness. Craziness.”
”Robby did not do anything wrong,” O’Donnell added. “It’s not like he just said, ‘No, I’m not going to court.’ Believe me. I didn’t go to court, either. Because nobody knew to be there.”