Colts LB June arrested for failing to appear in court

LEBANON, Ind. -- Indianapolis Colts linebacker Cato June was arrested Tuesday for failing to appear in court on a driving while suspended charge.

June, who was selected as a Pro Bowl starter last season, was released from the Boone County Jail on $500 bond, according to a jail employee who declined to give her name. Boone County is just northwest of Indianapolis.

Additional details about the charges against June were not immediately available.

June was a backup in 11 games as a rookie in 2003. He started every game in 2004 and blossomed last season in his second year as a starter. He had 109 tackles, third-most on the team, returned two interceptions for touchdowns and was voted to the Pro Bowl.

He signed a new contract in April for one year at $1.57 million.