BREAKING: ‘ChiefsAholic’ Has Been Captured And Arrested By The FBI

The infamous Kansas City Chiefs super-fan known as “ChiefsAholic”, who made bail and went on the run after being arrested in an alleged bank robbery in Oklahoma has been found and arrested.

The FBI announced on Monday, that 28-year-old Xavier Michael Babudar, aka “ChiefsAholic” was arrested on Friday in California. He was charged in federal court with bank theft and transporting stolen property across state lines. This comes after a joint investigation involving six different FBI branches.

Babudar was well-known by Chiefs fans because of a wolf costume he wore to games and displayed often on social media.

Here is some more information on the investigation via the FBI’s Twitter thread:


Babudar will have his initial court appearance on Friday, July 14 in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California in Sacramento, California. The case is being prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Patrick D. Daly and Stephanie C. Bradshaw.