Former Denver Broncos wide receiver Vance Johnson has surrendered to Rifle police.
Investigators say he failed to appear for a court hearing in a bad check case.
Johnson was accused of writing two bad checks in Larimer County in 2001.
He was supposed to appear at a related hearing February 8th, but Garfield county jail records indicate a warrant for his arrest was issued when he didn't show.
Johnson was booked into the jail at 5:41 p.m. Last night and released 17 minutes later after posting a 75 hundred dollar bond
Johnson played for Denver in the 1980s and 90s. He now owns and operates a Parachute restaurant.
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