NFL wide receiver Justyn Ross, one of Patrick Mahomes’ targets on the Chiefs, was arrested in Kansas on Monday, TMZ Sports has confirmed.

Jail records show the 23-year-old was booked on a charge of criminal damage of greater than $25,000 and as of Tuesday morning, he remained in custody.

Court records show he’s due to face a judge later Tuesday afternoon.

Further details surrounding the arrest were not made immediately available.

The Chiefs, meanwhile, told media outlets Monday they were aware of the arrest, but had no comment on it.

Ross joined Kansas City as an undrafted free agent in 2022, though he did not play in his rookie season due to injuries.

This year, he’s logged time in all of the Chiefs’ seven games, recording three catches for 34 yards.

 According to dispatch audio, obtained by TMZ Sports, the alleged victim told a 911 operator Ross was “dragging her through the house and has torn up the house.”

The woman, who called from a neighbor’s phone after the wide receiver allegedly broke her cell, noted Ross had a firearm in the residence, but did not have it on him at the time.

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