Mark Ingram

Mark Ingram, of the New Orleans Saints, may have a fireworks issue in The Bridges.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Heisman Trophy winner and current New Orleans Saints Running Back Mark Ingram — who lives on Banpo Bridge Way in The Bridges — is bragging on Twitter about his fireworks display.

He went so far as to post the video you see here.

Fireworks, however, are illegal in Palm Beach County. The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is currently reviewing the video and dispatch records to determine if callers to BocaNewsNow.com were correct when they reported that deputies arrived en masse to tell Ingram to knock it off.

Public records indicate that no citation was issued.

While the video does not show who ignited the fireworks, Ingram Tweeted the following before and with the video Tweets.

Courtesy Twitter. (@MarkIngram22).

Courtesy Twitter. (@MarkIngram22).

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Callers in voicemail messages to BocaNewsNow.com said that aside from their illegality, the fireworks were far too close to homes.

Ingram purchased his home in 2014 for $825,957. The Bridges is a new community that’s considered “hot” for families with kids — even when explosives aren’t being ignited.



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