Report: Trevor Davis won’t be charged for making joke about bomb at LAX

By Jesse Reed

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Trevor Davis was arrested in April after making a joke about having a bomb while at LAX, but he reportedly will not be charged.

Davis was previously charged with making “criminal threats” while answering routine questions at the check-in counter for luggage, TMZ previously reported.

“INSTEAD OF PLAYING IT STRAIGHT — WE’RE TOLD DAVIS TURNED TO THE OTHER WOMAN AND SAID, ‘DID YOU REMEMBER TO PACK THE EXPLOSIVES?’ SHE PLAYED ALONG WITH THE JOKE AND SAID, ‘YES.’”

Rob Demovsky of ESPN reported Thursday that, “City attorney spokesman Frank Mateljan said Davis appeared at an informal hearing in the city attorney’s office, and although it has up to one year to file changes, he did not expect any further action.”

Davis was a fifth-round selection out of Cal back in 2016. He served as the primary return man for Green Bay last year, piling up over 1,000 yards and ranking third in the NFL with 12 yards per punt return. Davis also caught five passes for 70 yards during the 2017 campaign.