Former Tennessee Titan and Syracuse alum Keith Bulluck has been arrested and charged with robbery after an incident involving a Nashville cab driver.
The 36-year old Bulluck was arrested after police say he grabbed a cab driver, 39-year-old Habib Hashi, through the open front window and took a $100 bill out of Hashiâ??s hand.
This after Hashi told police he denied Bulluck a ride, as he already had a paying customer he was waiting for.
Officers say Habibâ??s shirt and undershirt were torn from the incident. Habib was able to lead police to where he saw Bulluck run and positively identified him.
Police say Bulluck smelled of alcohol when they took him into custody.
Bulluck is best known in Syracuse as a strong safety, outside linebacker and middle linebacker for the late 90â??s Orange. In his senior year in 1999, Bulluck led the Big East in tackles with 138 and got the Bill Horr Award, given to the most valuable Orange player.