FSU Football Player Arrested For Motorcycle Theft

arrington_jenkinsIf you leave your motorcycle on the street you deserve to have it stolen… That’s the defense of Arrington Jenkins, a football player at FSU who was arrested this weekend for stealing a motorcycle.

Miami New Times reports that the bike’s owner had his motorcycle parked in the bed of his truck on Sunday night. At around 2 a.m. he noticed that the bike was missing and called the police.

When police arrived, they found tire tracks right next to the motorcycle and followed them down the street to find the bike at the apartment complex where Jenkins lives.

Police confronted Jenkins the following day about the theft.

“Anyone who leaves a motorcycle out in the open should expect to have it stolen,” Jenkins said.

The freshman football player was charged with felony vehicle theft. He was released after posting $5000 bond.

Do you park your motorcycle on the street? Do you worry about having it stolen?