Former Dolphins safety arrested, accused of yelling at police

By: Andy Slater

Former Dolphins safety Louis Delmas was involved in a bizarre arrest early Monday morning. 

According to the exclusively-obtained police report, the incident started with a traffic stop on Old Cutler Road and Southwest 157 Terrace in Palmetto Bay. 

Delmas, 29, was not driving. 

Somehow while police were investigating 27-year-old Andry Madrigal on a possible DUI charge, Delmas started yelling at an officer. 

Police say they told Delmas to be quiet several times and not interrupt the investigation, but he refused.

Delmas was taken to jail and charged with resisting arrest without violence. 

The driver was arrested for DUI and driving with a suspended license. 

Delmas played six seasons in the NFL, five with the Detroit Lions and one with the Miami Dolphins. He played high-school football at North Miami Beach High. 

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