Michael Floyd arrested for DUI, BAC of .217

On December 12, the Scottsdale Police Department arrested Michael Floyd after he was found asleep in the driver’s seat while stopped at a traffic light. He was arrested and charged with obstructing a roadway, DUI impaired to the slightest degree, DUI blood alcohol content above .08, and failure to obey a police officer. A BAC of 0.15 percent or higher is considered to be an extreme DUI in Arizona within two hours of operating a vehicle. Bill Belichick, Patriot’s coach, said the team has notified of the incident but also noted that Floyd is still on schedule to practice with the team,

 “Yeah, we were aware of his situation when we claimed him….He’s in an ongoing legal situation; I”m not going to comment on. We have a lot of things on our team to handle a multitude of things that players, coaches, anybody in our organization, really, that come up…. There are a lot of things outside of football that we all deal with. It’s a long, long list and we provide a lot of resources for everybody on that.”

 The Scottsdale Police Department also released the video which shows Floyd passed out behind the wheel.

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Michael Floyd — Shocking Dui Arrest Video… Nfl Star Passed Out At The Wheel Video Below
http://www.tmz.com/videos/0_bfgcubf8/
 

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