Kansas University Football Player Arrested For DUI, Leaving Scene

Kansas University Football Player Arrested For DUI, Leaving Scene

nick sizemoreNicolas Wade Sizemore, a senior football player with Kansas University was arrested on April 14, 2013 on suspicion of DUI and leaving the scene of an accident. The arrest took place early Sunday morning after Sizemore was stopped by police for driving without his headlights on. The arrested officers suspected the Kansas University football player of alcohol intoxication and also believe that he struck a parked vehicle just minutes before being pulled over.

Sizemore was taken to Douglas County Jail after his arrest on suspicion of DUI and leaving the scene of a non-injury accident, however, it is unclear at the time if he failed to pass any field sobriety tests or submitted an alcohol breath test. Sizemore was later released from jail on a $700 bond with a notice to appear in court on May 1, 2013. According to Kansas University head coach Charlie Weis, Sizemore, who plays as a tight end, has been suspended for the first 3 games of the 2013 as a direct result of the DUI arrest. Weis stated that Sizemore’s DUI arrest was a violation of team rules and said “As I have previously stated, every player on our team knows and understands our rules and regulations. They also know the consequences for violations“.

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