Running back arrested for disorderly conduct

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Running back Ahman Green of the Green Bay Packers will face criminal charges for an incident last month when he was arrested for disorderly conduct.

Brown County district attorney John Zakowski said Monday that Green would be charged but declined to reveal the charges before a hearing Wednesday in Circuit Court.

Officers arrested Green the evening of April 25 after getting a 911 call from his home. A woman's voice could be heard saying "help me" before the line went dead.

The Brown County Sheriff's Department's report said Green's wife, Heather, felt threatened when she and her husband were arguing. Officers said Green became agitated and resisted arrest before an officer drew a Taser stun gun.

Green, released after posting $150 bond, filed for divorce April 28.