Former Oklahoma running back and current Calgary Stampeders player Roy Finch was arrested early Sunday morning for allegedly assaulting a police officer, the Norman Transcript reported.
Police were called to an apartment complex in Norman, Okla., because of a suspicious-looking car that had been running for over an hour
Finch, who played at Oklahoma from 2010-13, was in the car. Police smelled marijuana, and when they tried to handcuff Finch he began trying to punch the officers. He ran through the complex trying to elude police, but a perimeter was set up and he was caught.
Finch continued to be combative towards officer and eventually police used a Taser on him. However, he continued to fight while on the ground and it took several attempts with a stun gun to subdue him.
The melee caused Finch to cut his face and he needed medical attention.
Afterward, he was charged with assault and battery on an officer, resisting, and possession of marijuana. Records indicate he has not been released from jail yet.
Finch was already in the Lincoln County system — he appeared in court on March 12 on one count of possession of a controlled dangerous substance and reckless driving. He was due back in court Monday.
Finch rushed for 1,412 yards and six touchdowns in four years at Oklahoma.