Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles was picked without being on the field.
But, according to the police report, the National Football League quarterback did neither.
Horton was arrested and booked for burglary, grand theft, and trespassing.
What Bortles didn't realize at first was that he personally had been victimized by Horton.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles was picked without being on the field.
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National Football League quarterback Blake Bortles detained a teenage party crasher at a beach house shindig, only to later learn that the errant youth had stolen his wallet and attempted to steal his truck!
An 18-year-old by the name of Joseph Horton found his way to the house and crashed the party.
Witnesses told police Horton tried to drive off in the truck, but was boxed in by other cars. Reed said he didn't think anything of it and went inside.
According to the police report, Joseph Horton was seen on video going through Bortles' truck and removing his wallet from the truck, which was later found on the ground. Something pinged Bortles as suspicious about the young man, who certainly didn't appear to be one of the invited guests. Horton got out and looked around before walking into the house.
Oh, and after Horton gave police his address, a little research indicated that the residence is a multimillion-dollar home on the Intracoastal Waterway just a few blocks down the street, WJXT added. After confirming no one in the home knew Horton, the police were called. Bortles and two friends were holding Horton upstairs when officers arrived.