Update: Listed below is the exact crime Morrison was arrested for - it carries a maximum of 60 days in jail and/or a $500 fine.
Any person who intentionally or knowingly maliciously harasses, teases, interferes with, or attempts to interfere with a police dog, fire dog, SAR dog, or police horse while the animal is in the performance of its duties commits a misdemeanor of the second degree.
Earlier: It was just over a month ago when we told you aboutFlorida linebacker Antonio Morrison getting arrested for allegedly "striking a bouncer" outside a Gainesville establishment. Well, Morrison is back in the news, and again, it's for an infraction of the law.
That's right. GatorCountry.com is reported that Morrison "barked" at a police dog, which constitutes "harassing a police animal". You can't make this stuff up.
More as we learn it.