Jey Uso, real name Joshua Fatu, was later released on a $500 personal recognizance bond.
According to ProWrestlingSheet.com, Uso's vehicle was pulled over at approximately 1am, when the officer in question observed signs of intoxication. A field sobriety test was then administered on the wrestler and it was determined that he was showing signs of being under the influence. Fatu was charged with a DWI and shortly after taken into custody. You can also find more details about the arrest here. Jey Uso was arrested for what the County of Hidalgo, TX, website lisst as "Driving While Intoxicated 1st".
On Saturday, the Usos retained the SmackDown tag team championships and the following night, hours after his release from jail, Joshua Fatu and his brother won another title match.
The Usos beat The New Day at October's Hell in a Cell to tag team champions for a third time.
'We are investigating the matter and awaiting information from local law enforcement officials'.