NASHVILLE, Tenn. - An offensive tackle for the Los Angeles Chargers has been arrested in Nashville.
King Dunlap V was taken into custody overnight for allegedly violating an order of protection at his girlfriend's home.
According to an affidavit from Metro Nashville Police, officers responded to a home on Cooks Landing Court in the Hermitage area for a domestic disturbance call.
Police said he was inside the home when officers arrived and acknowledged receiving a protection order. He was charged with violating that order.
Dunlap attended Brentwood Academy and played for Auburn University.
The 31-year-old has played for the Chargers since 2013. Before that, he played for the Philadelphia Eagles.
King was also arrested a few years ago in Nashville for driving his car on the sidewalk at Bridgestone Arena.
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