Detroit Lions cornerback Cameron Sutton wanted for domestic violence charge in Florida

Police in Florida have been searching for Detroit Lions cornerback Cameron Sutton for about two weeks after an arrest warrant was issued over his alleged involvement in a domestic violence case. Sutton is facing a charge of domestic battery by strangulation. Authorities have been unable to locate Sutton since March 7, when the arrest warrant was issued. Police had responded to a call early that morning at a house in Lutz, Florida, where Sutton allegedly battered a woman before fleeing the scene. Another sheriff’s office spokesperson told ESPN there was evidence of wounds on the woman’s body. Sutton, who joined the Lions as an unrestricted free agent last summer, started all 17 games for the team in 2023. He registered 60 total tackles, six passes defended, and an interception. The Lions released a statement saying they were aware of the legal situation involving Sutton and will continue to monitor the situation.
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