Police were called after Jones pushed and poked a security guard in the eye, according to court records.
Jones refused to enter a police cruiser by pulling away, kicking and head-butting as he was being arrested, records state.
"We have no timetable on any potential discipline."The 33-year-old was accused of pushing a hotel security guard and poking him in the eye, according to court records.
A man who identified himself as a Millennium Hotel security guard told the dispatcher that Jones and another person were causing a "ruckus."Court records also stated Jones refused to enter a police cruiser by pulling away, kicking and head-butting as he was being arrested.
However, Jones, who has twice had lengthy suspensions in his career, still faces potential NFL discipline."We have been monitoring developments in this matter, which continues to be reviewed under the personal conduct policy," NFL spokesman Brian Mc Carthy said via email.
In a letter to Jones, the NFL said it considered "the extensive video documentation of the tone, tenor and nature of your interactions with law enforcement at the site of your arrest, during transportation to the jail and during the booking process," according to James Palmer of NFL Network.
"Your post-arrest words and actions reflected poorly on you and your family, the Cincinnati Bengals football club and the NFL."Jones can appeal.
The Bengals issued this statement Friday afternoon: “The Bengals anticipated this result and are glad to finally put the matter behind us.
Our focus is on getting ready for the upcoming season.