Dec 31, 2014 10:38 AM
Ravens security director not with team after sex charge
The Associated Press
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) The Baltimore Ravens' security director won't accompany the team to its playoff game in Pittsburgh after being charged with a sex violation.
According to online court records for Baltimore City District Court, Darren Sanders was charged Tuesday with a fourth-degree sexual offense. The records do not say what specifically happened Dec. 14. A hearing is set for Feb. 9.
Sanders was not at the team complex Wednesday. The Ravens say he will not join the team when it travels to its wild-card game against the Steelers on Saturday.
The charge against the 48-year-old Sanders lists his address as that of the Ravens' team headquarters in Owings Mills. Normally, defendants in a criminal case are required to list a home address.