SMITH CO., Tex. (KOSA) -- The Kansas City Chiefs' first-round-pick Patrick Mahomes II and three others were reportedly robbed at gunpoint.
According to CBS-affiliate KYTX, on the night of Friday, May 12 deputies with the Smith County Sheriff's Office responded to a home for an aggravated robbery call.
At the home deputies met with four victims, one of whom was identified as Mahomes. They reportedly told deputies that they had been approached by two men, with one gesturing as if he had a handgun in his waistband.
The two suspects demanded the victims' property before leaving, KYTX reports. No injuries were reported.
Descriptions of both the suspects and their vehicle led deputies to finding the two men and pulling them over during a traffic stop. Michael Blake Pinkerton, 34, and Bully Ray Johnson, 58, were both arrested.
Property that had been reported as stolen was found in the vehicle by deputies during their search.
The Chiefs drafted Mahomes in the first round, 10th overall, in the 2017 draft.