Los Angeles Rams center Aaron Neary was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence. According to Yahoo Sports, Neary was arrested just a few hours after the Rams dominated the Arizona Cardinals. A breathalyzer test showed Neary's blood alcohol level at .17 percent, which is more than two times the legal limit in California which is .08 percent.
Simi Valley Police reported that witnesses called 911 when they saw Neary's vehicle, “[collide] with several fixed objects, including a bus stop sign, mailboxes and trash cans around 6:27 p.m.” Even after the crashes, Neary continued driving until police stopped him. He is now facing DUI charges as well as hit-and-run and property damage charges.
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