Police said Jones was being disruptive at the hotel and later "head-butting" and kicking officers who arrested him.
Previously released videos show Jones' friend attempting to talk to police saying an arrest would "hurt the kids."The officer responded that "he's disturbing my Downtown, he's going to jail."Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters dropped a felony charge of harassment with a bodily substance last month after Jones' physician informed Deters "Jones was doing well in treatment." Jones was accused of spitting on a female nurse at the Hamilton County Jail after his arrest.
Standing outside the Millennium Hotel, Jones can be seen in one of the videos speaking with Cincinnati Police Sgt.
Jarrod Cotton."Keep yelling and see what happens," Cotton says after Jones raises his voice."All right, cool," Jones replies."You want to have a conversation, have a conversation," Cotton says.
Jones began his time in Dallas under close league scrutiny after he was suspended for the entire 2007 season for multiple violations of the conduct policy while he was a member of the Titans.
"Stop yelling like a little kid."The officer said he was under arrest and read him his Miranda Rights.
Previous reporting: In body camera video released Monday, the police officer who arrested Adam "Pacman" Jones on Jan.
2 can be heard telling Jones to stop yelling and informing his friend that Jones is going to jail.
As Brown was being tended to by trainers, Jones argued with Steelers personnel on the field and drew an additional 15-yard unsportsmanlike call.
The 30 yards of penalties put Pittsburgh in field-goal range, and Chris Boswell nailed a 35-yard kick with 14 seconds left to give the Steelers an 18-16 win.