Zay Jones arrested in L.A., charged with felony damage to property

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Zay Jones was arrested and charged with felony damage to property after an incident that involved his brother, Vikings wide receiver Cayleb Jones, on Monday night at a Los Angeles apartment building.

"We are aware of the incident involving Zay Jones," the Bills said in a statement Tuesday night. "We are still in the process of gathering more information on the matter. At this point, we will have no further comment."

Officer Luis Garcia said Zay Jones was breaking glass doors and windows when officers arrived at the apartment building. Jones, 22, was arrested on suspicion of felony vandalism. He was booked Tuesday morning, and bail was set at $20,000.

Jones was released early Wednesday morning. His father, Robert Jones, tweeted Wednesday afternoon that Zay was with him.

Jones has an April 11 court appearance.

TMZ posted video of the incident Tuesday. A man is heard off camera saying, "I'm going to fight for Jesus." Then Zay Jones emerges into a hallway and his brother tries to stop him. Jones, naked, then runs past his brother and a scream is heard.

TMZ posted photos of shattered windows and a hallway where blood could be seen.

Jones' agent, Zeke Sandhu, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The Vikings did not provide a comment when ESPN reached out.

Jones was a second-round pick of the Bills in 2017. He had 27 receptions for 316 yards and two touchdowns as a rookie.

Cayleb Jones, 25, was on the Vikings' practice squad last season and was signed to a futures contract in January.

ESPN's Courtney Cronin and The Associated Press contributed to this report.