Trysten Maxwell Hill, born March 25, 1998, is a defensive tackle for the Dallas Cowboys. Before he turned pro, Hill played college football at the University of Central Florida.
Signed by the Cowboys in 2019 to a four-year, $4.86 million contract, Hill has been on injured reserve since October 2020 after he suffered a torn ACL.
This footage presents two back-to-back incidents involving Hill, the latter of which led to criminal charges. Neither appear to have ever been reported elsewhere prior.
According to the report of UCF Police Officer Luis Rivera: “On 12/2/2017, I was working, under a mutual aid between the Orange County Sheriff’s Office and the UCF Police Department, the SNAP Patrol detail. At approximately 2250 hours, Sgt. White and I were conducting a bar check inside the Knights Pub Bar, located at 3910 Alafaya Trail, Orlando, FL 32817.
While walking inside the Knights Pub Bar, I saw a black male holding a cup with a liquid substance that appeared to be alcohol (Rum and Coke). I saw the male attempting to hide his drink from me and then set it down behind him. I walked up to the male and asked for his ID. I grabbed the drink he was in possession and escorted him outside to conduct an investigation. I identified the male as Trysten Maxwell Hill. I asked him to show me his ID. He told me he didn’t have an ID with him. I asked how did he get into the bar. He asked “Don’t you know who I am?” I asked Hill to provide me with his full name and date of birth. He wanted to argue with me about giving me the information. He kept saying “Don’t you know who I am?” I said no. He told me he is a football player and we are 12 and 0 [12 wins, zero losses].
I told him that was okay, but that I still saw him with a clear cup of alcoholic drink in his right hand. I explained to him that he turned away from me, trying to hide it and then set it down and acted like he didn’t have anything in his hand. I told him that he didn’t look like he was over the age of 21 and he was still in possession of alcohol. I asked him if there was anyone I could call to get him. He told me he doesn’t care who I call, it doesn’t matter to him. He told me Coach Frost is no longer his coach and he doesn’t care if we know him. I explained to him the SAR process and explained to him, he couldn’t go back in the bar. He needed to go home. He advised me that he was going downtown instead of staying at this bar.
At approximately 2345 hours, Sgt. White and I entered the Knights Pub Bar and again saw Hill inside of the bar and holding another clear cup with an alcoholic drink in his left hand. Sgt. White collected the alcohol and I escorted Hill back outside. I explained to him I was issuing him an NTA [“Notice To Appear”; essentially an arrest where the subject is released prior to being booked into jail] for Possession of Alcohol by a Person Under 21.
I could hear Hill arguing with Sgt. White and then with Orange County Sheriff Deputies. Hill was trespassed from the Knights Pub Bar for the night. He was explained the NTA and the trespass warning.
Both alcoholic drinks were destroyed (poured out) on the side of the parking lot.
Based on the above facts, I gave Hill a mandatory Notice To Appear, for Possessing Alcohol Under the Age of 21, with a court date of December 30, 2017 at 8:00AM.”
On 12/27/17 Hill pleaded not guilty to the crime alleged, and on 1/4/18 formal charges were filed. At a 2/1/18 pre-trial conference, Judge Elizabeth Starr ordered Hill to a six-month pre-trial diversion program. One year later, on 2/20/19, the charges were dropped, after Hill completed — among other requirements — 40 hours of community service and a substance abuse awareness class. Hill also paid $326 in fines and fees.
Apparently his coach couldn’t get the charges “taken care of” after all.
1:48 Officers enter the bar
4:05 Hill brought outside
10:22 “Wannabe idiot” / Part Two
12:00 Hill brought outside again
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