Richard Colson Baker (aka Machine Gun Kelly) - Arrested for disorderly conduct after a performance in St. Petersburg, Florida in January 2012 (He was also arrested the previous August for starting a flash mob). He posted $100 bail. Cleveland connection? Born in Houston, TX, MGK was raised in several cities including Cleveland...which he claims as home.
Terrence Howard is the star of the hit television series "Empire", and, like his character, he's been arrested. In Howard's case, several times for allegations of domestic violence and assault. His Cleveland connection? He was born in Chicago and raised in Cleveland, OH. (Read more about his history of allegations here."
Johnny Manziel was indicted by a Dallas grand jury and arrested on a misdemeanor assault charge in April 2016. He could get up to a year in jail and/or a $4,000 fine. The charge stems from an incident with his ex-girlfriend, Colleen Crowley back in January. He's accused of hitting her and causing long-term damage to her eardrum. His Cleveland connected? Johnny Manziel (aka, Johnny Football) fell from grace as the Cleveland Browns first round pick and starting quarterback.
Daniel "Danny" John Patrick Greene was an Irish American mobster and Cleveland native. He was an associate of fellow mobster John Nardi. Following a long career of mobster activities, Green was assassinated in a car bombing believed to have been planted by Ray Ferritto, a wellknown hitman.
Paul Newman was born in Shaker Heights, Ohio, and went on to become an actor, director, entrepreneur, race driver, environmentalist, activist and philanthropist. Newman was arrested for causing trouble after a night of drinking on Kenyon College campus in 1946 at age 21 (shown here), and again, 10 years later on a DUI charge.
Austin Kearns was a member of the Cleveland Indians baseball team when he was arrested for DUI in 2011. He last played in the MLB in 2013 for the Miami Marlins.
Donald "Don" King is a Cleveland native and famous boxing promoter, having worked alongside the likes of Muhammad Ali, Joe Frazier, George Foreman and others. King has been the center of several incidents and controversies, including organized crime. His first arrest was in 1966 on a murder charge that was later reduced to manslaughter. He served 3.5 years of a 15-year sentence.
Desmond Bryant is a defensive end for the Browns. He was charged for misdemeanor criminal mischief for allegedly showing up drunk at a Florida family's home in 2013.
Jane Fonda was arrested in November 1970 for allegedly trying to smuggle a large stash of pills through the Cleveland airport (charges were later dropped). Fonda, arriving from Canada, was detained by U.S. Customs agents after a large stash of diet pills, Valium, and tranquilizers was discovered in her luggage. The actress, then 32, was booked on the narcotics rap at the Cuyahoga County Sheriff's Office, where the above mug shot was taken. Following her release from custody, Fonda was processed and photographed for a separate crime, her alleged kicking of a local cop during the airport incident. That charge, later dropped, resulted in Fonda's famous "clenched fist" pose during her second Cleveland mug shot session. Her Cleveland connection? Having a really hard time at our airport.
Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon was arrested and charged with driving while impaired after speeding down a street in Raleigh, North Carolina in 2014. His blood alcohol level was .09 (the limit was .08), and he was released on $500 bond.