Former Chiefs assistant Jason Verduzco pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct on Thursday and was given two years probation along with 20 hours of community service. The plea stems from an incident with police at Arrowhead Stadium back in October.

Before the Chiefs October 2 game with the Eagles, police tried stop Verduzco after he made an illegal turn into the. According to police, they tried to stop Verduzco but he refused and bumped an officer in the leg with the bumper of his car. Then, according to police, Verduzco tried to back away and cursed the police. He was then maced.

Verduzco is no longer with the Chiefs—his contract was not picked up when it expired in January. He was an assistant for the Chiefs from 2001-2005.