Log Out Ryan Lochte did not medal in his only individual competition, finishing fifth in the 200 medley.(Photo: Rob Schumacher, USA TODAY Sports) "We got pulled over, in the taxi, and these guys came out with a badge, a police badge, no lights, no nothing just a police badge and they pulled us over," Lochte said.
"They pulled out their guns, they told the other swimmers to get down on the ground — they got down on the ground.
I refused, I was like we didn't do anything wrong, so — I'm not getting down on the ground.
"And then the guy pulled out his gun, he cocked it, put it to my forehead and he said, 'Get down,' and I put my hands up, I was like 'whatever.' He took our money, he took my wallet — he left my cell phone, he left my credentials." Patrick Sandusky, spokesman for the U.S.
Olympic Committee, released a statement with details of the incident, although an International Olympic Committee spokesman initially called reports of the incident "absolutely not true." “According to four members of the U.S.