|Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner has turned himself in to the authorities amid charges of corruption|
Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner turned himself in to Trinidad police shortly after they issued an arrest warrant at the request of U.S. authorities. He has since been released on $2.5 million bail.
Warner arrived at a police station in the capital of Port-of-Spain with at least one lawyer Wednesday.
|Warner (right) speaks with FIFA president Sepp Blatter (left) during a press conference back in 2011|
He did not enter a plea and is scheduled to appear in court again July 12. Warner is one of 14 people indicted in the U.S. on corruption charges involving international football's governing body FIFA. The 72-year-old was forced out of FIFA in 2011 over a bribery scandal.