Police say ex-NFL player shot by homeowner spit on officer

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PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Court records show a former Detroit Lions NFL cornerback who was shot after trespassing onto a homeowner’s multimillion-dollar property in Portland has also been accused of spitting at a police officer.

The Oregonian reports (http://bit.ly/29ZTCqX ) that documents filed Wednesday in Multnomah County Circuit Court say Stanley Wilson II has been indicted on several charges related to the alleged spitting, including aggravated harassment. He’s scheduled to appear in court Thursday.

A grand jury had found homeowner Robert McCall justified in his use of force against Wilson, who was shot in the abdomen on June 22.

Authorities say Wilson was found naked and wounded in a water fountain in the backyard.

Wilson has already been arraigned on burglary and trespassing charges in connection with the incident.