The vehicle veered off the roadway, rolled down a slope and struck Murrieta resident Leonardo Sandoval, who was repairing a sprinkler system in a median next to the freeway entrance.
Sandoval, the 21-year-old father of a year-old boy and an employee of Perris-based Pacific Restoration Group, died at the scene.
Pierce was cooperative with police. He was processed and released per Baltimore County Police Department procedures. (Translated: the Baltimore County Police indulged in this police butt-kissing of the Baltimore Ravens so as not to endanger their free tickets to football games. This is not the kind of statement that the Baltimore Police nor just about any police agency includes with typical DUI arrests)
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While searching his wallet officers found one fake identification card with an altered date of birth and one license under the name of teammate Ronald Regula, according to the incident report. Olsen had a total of five forms of identification from four different states.
From USA Today 07/06/2014 —RALEIGH, N.C. — The off-field troubles for Cleveland Browns wide receiver […]
Carmel Police report that on Sunday, March 16, 2014 at 11:41pm, James S. Irsay (54 years old) was stopped in the 13000 block of Horseferry Road, Carmel, IN for driving at a slow rate of speed, stopping in the roadway and failure to signal turn.
During the course of the investigation, Irsay subsequently failed several roadside field sobriety tests and was arrested for Operating While Intoxicated (I.C. 9-30-5-2(A) /A-Misdemeanor).
During the inventory of Irsay’s vehicle, multiple prescription drugs were discovered in pill bottles. These Schedule IV prescription drugs were not associated with any prescription bottles found in the vehicle. He was also charged with Possession of Controlled Substance
It is Smith’s second such arrest, the first having occurred in January 2012 in Miami Beach. That charge was later reduced to reckless driving.
“Discipline for a second or subsequent offense is likely to be a suspension, the duration of which may escalate for repeat offenses,” the league’s substances-of-abuse policy states.
Smith’s arrest Friday marked the fifth DUI-related arrested involving a 49ers player in the past three years.