Running Back Fitzgerald Toussaint Sentenced In DUI Case

Running Back Fitzgerald Toussaint Sentenced In DUI Case

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University of Michigan running back Fitzgerald Toussaint was arrested for DUI earlier this year and has been ordered to attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in addition to paying his fines and submitting to random drug and alcohol tests. On July 21, 2012 Toussaint was arrested around 11:45 p.m. when police in Saline, Michigan caught him running a red light. However, when police suspected Toussaint might be intoxicated, they asked him to submit to a breathalyzer test and found his blood alcohol content (BAC) level to be .12%, which is above the state’s legal limit of .08%. Police reported that Toussaint cooperated and the arrest proceeded without incident.”

Fitzgerald Toussaint is a junior at the University of Michigan and has been a valuable player for his team, running for more than 1,000 yards and scoring 9 touchdowns last season. His coach, Brady Hoke, said “Fitz made a poor decision and has been suspended indefinitely because of that action. There are expectations that come with being a football student-athlete at the University of Michigan and those responsibilities were not met in this instance. We will use this as an opportunity to educate Fitz and make sure he understands the high standards that we have established within our program“. Toussaint will have to pay $1,488 in fines, submit to random drug and alcohol testing for 90 days in addition to attending 10 meetings with Alcoholics Anonymous.

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