KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Grandview man who disrupted Sunday’s Chiefs game has been cited and will eventually face a judge.
The man, 20-year-old Jacob Bross, was wearing a Travis Kelce jersey when he jumped on the field with about two minutes left in the game.
Video shows Bross running toward the football when Bills’ wide receiver Stefon Diggs tackled him. A security guard then restrained him before he was removed from the field.
Kansas City, Missouri police say Bross is from Grandview. He faces a municipal charge in which investigators say he “did willfully disrupt, obstruct, hinder or disturb any public amusement event by running on to the field.” He is scheduled to appear in court on Feb. 24.
He faces a fine of up to $500 and six months in jail, if found guilty.
The Chiefs referred to its code of conduct when asked if the fan would be banned from the stadium for running onto the field. According to that code, he “may be subject to disciplinary measures, including ticket suspension.”