The former Ashanti Gold star was heckled in public by the Police in what was believed to be a tip off and later granted bail.
Issues surrounding the star and his future at the Timu Ya Wananchi have been prominently reported in the past.
Morrison initially signed a short-term deal with Yanga but there has been a push and pull between him and the team since the league resumed on June 13.
Early last month, Young Africans (Yanga SC) officially wrote to Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) demanding action to be taken against rivals Simba SC for trying to hijack their striker Bernard Morrison.
The Ghanaian forward had yet featured for Yanga since the Mainland Premier League resumed on June 13 owing to the matter and the Jangwani Street-based giants have now reached out to TFF after the player claimed Simba had offered him USD5, 000 to ditch them.
Fresh reports coming from Tanzania indicates the player’s Club Yanga SC called the Police on the 27-year-old in a ploy which was aimed to frustrate the talented midfielder.
The development comes after Morrison was found to have signed a pre-contract agreement with Yanga’s biggest rivals Simba SC.
Morrison for some time now have been in a fallout with the Tanzanian giants.
The player who was once a fan favorite at the Club walked off the pitch after he was substituted in a recent League match.
Despite getting his career on a good note at the Tanzanian side, the former AS Vita player has turned to be a villain for Yanga followers after his recent decision to join their rivals.
Yanga SC signed the former Heart of Lions player from South African side Orlando Pirates after a difficult time with the former PSL Champions.
The Ghanaian did not hide his love for Yanga supporters even though contract issues threaten the same.