Construction Manager for Cowboys Stadium Hit With Texas DWI

The person in charge of construction of the new Dallas Cowboys football stadium was charged with Texas driving while intoxicated following a minor traffic accident. Jack Hill was leaving the $1.15 billion facility just hours after a concert headlined by George Strait when he was involved in a two vehicle collision.

Officers responding to the scene said Hill appeared to be intoxicated and slurred his words. Hill reportedly failed a field sobriety test and was booked on suspicion of drunk driving in TX. He posted a $1000 bond and was released Sunday morning.

Hill’s arrest was the only DWI associated with the Saturday night concert at Cowboys Stadium. Nineteen were arrested for public intoxication during and after the concert.

The Cowboys organization said it was aware of the arrest but had no comment. Hill, 53, has been involved with several large construction projects in the Dallas area, including the Texas Rangers baseball stadium and the American Airlines Center used by the Dallas Mavericks basketball team.

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